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NARRATION
NARRATIVE THEORY
NARRATIVES
NARRATOLOGY
NARRATIVE FORM
GENETTE
NARRATIVE DISCOURSE
SPECIAL ISSUE
INTERNAL
SECOND PERSON
NARRATIVE STRUCTURE
NARRATIVE FICTION
SESSION
MODES
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    This Review contains major "Narrative"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Narrative is a term which has several and changing meanings.
  2. Narrative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit literary magazine publishing first-run fiction, nonfiction, and poetry online for free.
  3. Narrative is a basic human means of making sense of the world, and narratives form a basic component of self-identity. (Web site)
  4. NARRATIVE: A story of events and experiences.
  5. A narrative is a "discourse", by which he means that it is "made by someone" or some(ones).

Narration

  1. Following the presentation and analyses of these extreme forms of narration, Richardson tackles some of the schematic frameworks used in narrative theory.
  2. The narrative agency of figural narration is a highly covert one.
  3. See narration, narrative analysis, narrativity, narratology, narrator.

Narrative Theory

  1. Narrative Theory Narrative theory is plural and wonderfully varying.
  2. Chatman makes the very important connection beetween narrative theory and its rhetorical effects on audience.
  3. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1986. Martin gives a comprehensive historical survey of the development of narrative theory.
  4. Wallace Martin summarizes the entire spectrum of narrative theory up to 1986 in his Recent Theories of Narrrative.

Narratives

  1. On the other, it sometimes stands for a narrative that is "cobbled together" in imitation of several original works.
  2. When describing a narrative, one of the most important aspects is the point of view from which the story is told.
  3. On one hand, it may describe a respectful imitation of some other author's style of narrative (as opposed to a parody).
  4. The A-Plot, thus, becomes mere a link between countless subplots, which are then the real focus of the narrative.
  5. False document is a form of narrative that presents a story as a record in some nonexistent document ( diary, letter, video tape, etc.).

Narratology

  1. The only alternative to these three positions is to ground transmedial narratology in a medium-free concept of narrative.
  2. Narratology is defined as "the theory and systematic study of narrative" (Currie, 1998: 1) .
  3. For example, Gerald Prince, in considering the role of gender in narratology, argues that "narrative poetics . (Web site)

Narrative Form

  1. Serial is a narrative form that consists of a potentially unlimited number of works.
  2. Nevertheless, there is a clear trend to address literary narrative forms as separable from other forms.
  3. In Avatars of Story, Marie-Laure Ryan moves beyond literary works to examine other media, especially electronic narrative forms.

Genette

  1. Gerard Genette is the theorist par excellence of the aesthetics of narrative sequence. (Web site)
  2. One of the foremost experts in narrative film theory, G--rard Genette, creates his own system of terminology regarding voice-over narration. (Web site)

Narrative Discourse

  1. This outline of Genette's narratology is derived from Narrative Discourse: An Essay in Method. (Web site)
  2. When the External narrator tells a narrative, the readers believe that the narrative discourse is true.

Special Issue

  1. Vous. Discussed in the special issue on second-person narrative (Style Volume 28, no.
  2. W.J.T. Mitchell's (ed.) On Narrative is a book version of a symposium that was printed in a special issue of Critical Inquiry.

Internal

  1. The second section of the book addresses narrative formulations internal to either cinema or novels.
  2. Consistent second-person narrative with internal focalization framed by metanarrative passages of address to the reader.

Second Person

  1. Instead of reading about someone else's experiences, the reader of a second person narrative is.
  2. The second person is used extensively for self-address and apostrophe within what is basically a first-person narrative in diary form.

Narrative Structure

  1. Unlike Propp, both L-vi-Strauss and Greimas based their interpretations of narrative structure on underlying oppositions.
  2. This category comprises articles pertaining to narratology, the study of narrative and narrative structure.
  3. Vladimir Propp extended the Russian Formalist approach to narratology (the study of narrative structure).
  4. Narrative Environments: For example, learning or entertainment environments with a narrative structure, that is, that are based on the storytelling paradigm. (Web site)

Narrative Fiction

  1. For another discussion of focalization, see Rimmon-Kenan, Narrative Fiction, ch. (Web site)
  2. Historicizing unreliable narration: unreliability and cultural discourse in narrative fiction.

Session

  1. For an external observer, an adventure videogame session will look like a group of narrative sequences. (Web site)
  2. However, some narratology authors claim that even a cooking recipe is narrative, so maybe a session of Tetris could be it, too. (Web site)

Modes

  1. Third-person narrative is one of three possible modes of narration.
  2. The question of focalization leads to the question of different narrative modes for presenting consciousness in fiction.

Categories

  1. Society > Culture > Literature > Fiction
  2. Culture > Arts > Theatre > Drama
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Culture > Literature
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Culture
  5. Glossaries > Glossary of Narratology /

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