Recent trends in narratological research

GRAAT n°21

Table des matières

Introduction

John Pier, Université de Tours

Model of Narrative Discourse along Pronominal Lines

Dieter Meindl, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Narratological Categories and the (Non-) Distinction between Factual and Fictional Narratives

Martin Löschnigg, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

Story Modalised, or the Grammar of Virtuality

Uri Margolin, University of Alberta, Edmonton

Reconceptualizing the Theory and Generic Scope of Unreliable Narration

Ansgar F. Nünning, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen

More Aspects of Focalization: Refinements and Applications

Manfred Jahn, Universität zu Köln

Order and Narrative

Jon-K Adams, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Apparent Feature-Anomalies in Subjectivized Third-Person Narration

Gordon Collier, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen

The Genderization of Narrative

Monika Fludernik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Parody as a Practice for Postmodernity

Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth, University of Edinburgh

Three Dimensions of Space in the Narrative Text

John Pier, Université de Tours

Rhématique/Thématique, ou les élans de la syntaxe

Pierre Gault, Université de Tours

Notes on Contributors

SOMMAIRE

Recent trends in narratological research

GRAAT n°21

Individually, these articles approach narrative from various angles, focusing both on matters that have been debated since even before the advent of narratology and on questions that have been dealt with in only a limited way in the past; together, they show that narratology, far from being a method defined by fixed procedures, is diverse in its theoretical orientations and analytical practices and responsive to the evolution of literary theory and criticism.

Model-building inherent in all forms of narratological research has taken on a less monolithic character as researchers in the field have sought to account for the multiplicity of the fine points of literary expression that the highly differentiated corpus of narratives provides. It may well be appropriate to view work being done in narratology today as a new chapter in the study of how narrative contents, narrative signifiers and their configurations and the dynamics of narrative deployment interact. The articles in this volume are offered as a contribution to the writing of this new chapter.

Papers From The Narratology Round Table - Esse 4 Debrecen, Hungary September 1997 - And Other Contributions
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