Narrative Discourse: An Essay in Method

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Cornell University Press, 1983 - 285 pagina's
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Gerard Genette, a critic of international stature, here builds a systematic theory of narrative upon an analysis of the writings of Marcel Proust, particularly Remembrance of Things Past. Adopting what is essentially a structuralist approach, the author identifies and names the basic constituents and techniques of narrative and illustrates them by referring to literary works in many languages.
  

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I was pleasantly surprised by this one. A friend recommended it, and, despite my scepticism, I picked it up. He said it had been very useful for his work on Robert Musil, and I can see why. I think ... Volledige recensie lezen

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Although it is not apparent from the title or description, this theoretical book on the subset of Structuralist Criticism known as Narratology, is focused on Proust's In Search of Lost Time. The ... Volledige recensie lezen

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Foreword by Jonathan Culler
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Preface
21
Duration
86
Frequency
113
Mood
161
Voice
212
Afterword
263
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