What is Narratology?: Questions and Answers Regarding the Status of a Theory

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Tom Kindt, Hans-Harald Müller
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 368 pages
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Review text: "The series is a significant contribution to the flourishing scholarship in the ares of narrative studies. As one would expect with de Gruyter, the volumes are handsome, the paper quality, typeface, and layout pleasant and reader-friendly, even though with the first volume, the editorial and production process seems to have included minor snags. [...] The volume provides a noteworthy cross-section of current work in narratology as well as a selection of questions worth pursuing."Sabine Gross in: Monatshefte 1/2008.

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GERALD PRINCE
1
WOLF SCHMID
17
FOTIS JANNIDIS
35
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Tom Kindt is a researcher in the Narratology Research Group at the University of Hamburg. Hans-Harald Muller is Professor of Modern German Literature at the University of Hamburg.

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