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  • Narratology Dictionary for Great Expectations

    Dictionary of Narratology Terms for Charles Dickens’ ‘Great Expectations’ Narratology- The branch of literary criticism that deals with the structure and function of narrative themes‚ conventions‚ and symbols. A term used since 1969 to denote the branch of literary study devoted to the analysis of narratives‚ and more specifically of forms of narration and varieties of narrator. Narratology as a modern theory is associated chiefly with European structuralism‚ although older studies of narrative

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  • Narratology

    Manfred Jahn Narratology: A Guide to the Theory of Narrative Full reference: Jahn‚ Manfred. 2005. Narratology: A Guide to the Theory of Narrative. English Department‚ University of Cologne. Version: 1.8. New in this version: Some modified definitions in N1; set of analytical question in N1.33; recent narratological literature (N2.1); hypothetical focalization and empty centers (N3.2.5); story grammars (N4.5); revised references and bibliography. Date: 28 May 2005 This page: http://www.uni-koeln

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  • Narratology

    Narrative Structure The simple folksy dialogue between the two younger siblings hazel and George is very effective in downplaying their intelligence. With lines such as “that was doozy” or when George explains the sound he heard by saying “ sounded like somebody hitting a milk bottle with a ball peen hammer” George being so above average in intelligence has a mental handicap radio in his ear that beeps every 20 seconds in order to prevent him from taking unfair advantage of his thoughts. These

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  • Narratology and Beowulf

    Beowulf John Meister 9\21\96 The early English epic Beowulf is filled with a marvelous hero ‚ ghastly villains ‚ far off lands ‚ and deeds of great valor. These are some of the reasons why Beowulf is a great example of an early English epic. Beowulf is an epic because it has action that consists of deeds of great valor ‚ the setting of Beowulf is in vast scope covering great lands and far off places ‚ and the hero of the story ‚ Beowulf ‚ is of imposing stature of international

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  • Narrative Instance

    story happens‚ and also how the story happens. The concept of the story and what the narrator role of the story is called narratology. It would be better if we know the definition of it first. Narratology is one of literature approaches that examines the ways of narrative structures between our perception of both cultural artifacts and the world around us. To understand narratology theory we have to know the difference between these three important entities. They are story‚ narrative‚ and narration

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  • Suzanne Keen Narrative Form 2004

    Narrative Form Suzanne Keen Narrative Form This page intentionally left blank Narrative Form Suzanne Keen Washington and Lee University © Suzanne Keen 2003 All rights reserved. No reproduction‚ copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission. No paragraph of this publication may be reproduced‚ copied or transmitted save with written permission or in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright‚ Designs and Patents Act 1988‚ or under the terms of any licence

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  • New Historicism

    CO-TEXT: A historical document which is contemporary with and studied alongside a literary document. COMEDY: A play or literary composition written chiefly to amuse its audience by appealing to a sense of superiority over the characters depicted with a (usually) happy ending for the leading characters. CULTURAL MATERIALISM: - A critical practice that concentrates on the interventions whereby men and women make heir own history and situate the literary text in the political situation of our own

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  • Narrative Techniques. David Lodge

    novels especially his Campus Trilogy: Changing Places‚ Small World and Nice Work in 70-80 in the 20 century. Campus Trilogy is regarded as the research object in the paper. This thesis attempts to make a comprehensive study of Campus Trilogy from Narratology Angle. It wonders to discover the undetected implication in the narrative works to fill the blank in this area of research by the macroscopic analysis and microscopic scrutiny. The thesis consists of four chapters. Introduction includes a brief

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  • The Lovely Bones: Themes Loss and Grief

    Table of contents 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………...................2 2. Analysis of narrative form………………………………………………………...…3 3. Narrative form in Margaret Laurence’s A Bird in the House………………….…4 4. Vanessa’s growing awareness………………………………………………………..7 1. Vanessa’s stories and their contribution to her growing awareness……….….9 2. Vanessa’s growing awareness illustrated in selected scenes ………………….10 5. Conclusion……………………………………………………………………….…

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  • Structuralism and Interpretation Ernest Hemingway's Cat in Ther Ain

    Porter Institute for Poetics and Semiotics Analysis and Interpretation of the Realist Text: A Pluralistic Approach to Ernest Hemingway’s "Cat in the Rain" Author(s): David Lodge Source: Poetics Today‚ Vol. 1‚ No. 4‚ Narratology II: The Fictional Text and the Reader (Summer‚ 1980)‚ pp. 5-22 Published by: Duke University Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1771885 . Accessed: 14/03/2011 05:14 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of JSTOR’s Terms and Conditions of Use‚

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