Once-Told Tales: An Essay in Literary Aesthetics
Drawing comparisons with other art forms, this book examines the role of aesthetic features in silent reading, such as narrative structure, and the core experience of reading a novel as a story rather than a scholarly exercise.
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The Ethical the Aesthetic and the Artistic
Structure Aesthetics and Novelistic Structure
Continuous Time and Interrupted Time
Seeing is Believing
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