Narrative - Theory

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David H. Richter
Longman Publishers, 1996 - Literary Collections - 330 pages
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The essays in Narrative/Theory constitute a short course in the theory of fiction representing most of the current perspectives in the contemporary conversation about narrative, literary and otherwise. It could be used as a primary text in a course in the theory of fiction for which no currently adequate textbook exists; but we expect the book to find its widest use as an ancillary text for courses in the novel, the short story, and film, where it can be used to enrich and deepen students' understanding of the concepts involved in the analysis of narrative.

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Contents

General Introduction
1
MANIFESTOS
9
Henry Fielding Preface to Joseph Andrews
17
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Richter is professor and director of graduate studies in the English Department at Queens College and professor of English at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

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