Contemporary Narrative: Textual production, multimodality and multiliteracies

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Jun 2, 2011 - Literary Criticism - 168 pages
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An examination of developments in contemporary narrative, placing them in the context of wider social, cultural and technological trends, using a case-study approach.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 New Perspectives on Narrative
1
Verbal and Visual Narratives
24
Narrative across Media
47
Language and Culture as Narrative Resource
68
Chapter 5 Cultural Transformations of Narrative
88
Chapter 6 Narratives of Travel and Travelling Narratives
107
Concluding Remarks
126
Glossary of Key Terms and Concepts
131
References
138
Further Reading
144
Index
145
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Fiona J. Doloughan is Lecturer in English at The Open University, UK.

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