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The Cambridge introduction to narrative 2nd ed

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Abbott, H. Porter.
Title Statement
The Cambridge introduction to narrative / H. Porter Abbott.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press ,   2008.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 252 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge introductions to literature
ISBN
0521887194 (hbk.) 0521715156 (pbk.) 9780521715157 (pbk.) 9780521887199 (hbk.)
Content Notes
1. Narrative and life : the universality of narrative ; Narrative and time ; Narrative perception -- 2. Defining narrative : The bare minimum ; Story and narrative discourse ; The mediation (construction) of story ; Constituent and supplementary events ; Narrativity -- 3. The borders of narrative : Framing narratives ; Paratexts ; The outer limits of narrative ; Hypertext narrative ; Is it narrative or is it life itself? -- 4. The rhetoric of narrative : The rhetoric of narrative ; Causation ; Normalization ; Masterplots ; Narrative rhetoric at work -- 5. Closure : Conflict: the agon ; Closure and endings ; Closure, suspense, and surprise ; Closure at the level of expectations; Closure at the level of questions ; The absence of closure -- 6. Narration : A few words on interpretation ; The narrator ; Does the narrator narrate everything? ; Voice ; Focalization ; Distance ; Reliability ; Free indirect style ; Narration on stage and screen -- 7. Interpreting narrative : The implied author ; Underreading ; Gaps ; Cruxes ; Repetition: themes and motifs -- 8. Three ways to interpret narrative : The question of wholeness in narrative ; Intentional readings ; Symptomatic readings ; Adaptive readings -- 9. Adaptation across media : Adaptation as creative destruction ; Duration and pace ; Character; Figurative language ; Gaps ; Focalization ; Constraints of the marketplace -- 10. Character and self in narrative : Character vs. action ; Flat and round characters ; Can characters be real? ; Types ; Autobiography ; Life writing as performative -- 11. Narrative and truth : Fiction and nonfiction ; How do we know if it's fiction or nonfiction ; Historical fact in fiction ; The truth of fiction -- 12. Narrative worlds : Narrative space ; The mind of the storyworld ; Multiple worlds: forking-path narratives ; Multiple worlds: narrative metalepsis -- 13. Narrative contestation : A contest of narratives ; A narrative lattice-work ; Shadow stories ; Motivation and personality ;
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-227) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Fiction -- Technique. Narration (Rhetoric)
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Author Introduction

H. 포터 애벗(지은이)

리드 칼리지와 토론토 대학에서 수학했으며, 현재 UC 샌타바버라 대학 영문과 명예교수로 재직 중이다. 지은 책으로 '사뮈엘 베케트의 소설: 형식과 영향' '일기 형식의 소설: 행위로서의 글쓰기' '베케트가 쓴 베케트: 저자가 쓴 글 속의 저자'등이 있다. 19세기와 20세기 문학 전반과 모더니즘에 대한 폭넓은 연구 활동을 펼쳐왔으며, 최근에는 인지 이론, 진화론 등의 분야를 중심으로 한 연구와 저술에 전념하고 있다.

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Table of Contents

Preface; Preface to the second edition; Acknowledgments; 1. Narrative and life; 2. Defining narrative; 3. The borders of narrative; 4. The rhetoric of narrative; 5. Closure; 6. Narration; 7. Interpreting narrative; 8. Three ways to interpret narrative; 9. Adaptation across media; 10. Character and self in narrative; 11. Narrative and truth; 12. Narrative worlds; 13. Narrative contestation; 14. Narrative negotiation; Bibliography; Glossary and topical index; Index of authors and narratives.


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