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Narratology: introduction to the theory of narrative

Author: Bal, Mieke Publisher: University of Toronto Press 1997.Language: EnglishDescription: 254 p. : Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0802078060Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Narratology Narratology Contents Introduction 3 Remarks and Sources 15 I I 2 Text: Words 16 Preliminary Remarks 16 The Narrator 19 Non-Narrative Comments 31 Description 36 Delimitation 36 Motivation 37 A Rhetoric of Description 41 Levels of Narration 43 Intermediate Forms: Indirect Speech and Free Indirect Speech 46 Relations between Primary and Embedded Texts 52 Embedded Narrative Texts 52 Relations between Primary Fabula and Embedded Text 53 Relations between Primary Fabula and Embedded Fabula 53 An Indication to the Reader 58 An Indication t the Actor 59 o Non-Narrative Embedded Texts 60 Remarks and Sources 75 3 4 5 6 vi Contents 2 I 2 Stoy:Aspects 78 3 4 5 6 7 Preliminary Remarks 78 Sequential Ordering 80 Direction: Possibilities 84 Nuances of Anachrony 86 Distance: Kinds 89 Functions go Span 92 Anticipations 94 Achrony 97 Rhythm 99 Background 99 General Rhythm 101 Ellipsis 104 Summary 105 Scene 105 Slow-Down 106 Pause 108 Frequency 111 From Actors to Characters 114 Problems 115 Predictability 119 Construction of Contents 125 Filling In the Outline 126 Sources of Information 129 The Problem of the Hero 131 From Place to Space 132 Place and Space 133 Spatial Aspects and Perception 133 Content and Function 135 Relations to Other Elements 137 Information 140 Focalization 142 Background 142 The Focalizor 144 The Focalized Object 149 Levels of Focalization 156 Suspense 160 Contents vii 8 Visual Stories 161 The Point of a Visual Narratology 162 Visual Narratology in a Nutshell 162 Novel and Film 164 Vision in Language 168 9 Remarks and Sources 170 3 Fabula: Elements 175 1 2 Preliminary Remarks 175 Events 182 Selection 182 First Criterion: Change 183 Second Criterion: Choice 184 Third Criterion: Confrontation 185 Relationships 187 The Narrative Cycle 189 Other Principles of Structure 193 3 Actors 195 Selection 195 Classes of Actors 196 Subject and Object 197 Power and Receiver 198 Helper and Opponent 201 Further Specification 202 Doubling 203 Competence 204 Truth Value 205 Other Divisions into Classes 207 4 Time 208 Duration: Two Kinds 208 Motivation of This Distinction 210 Chronology: Interruption and Parallelism Logical Sequence 214 5 Location 214 6 Remarks and Sources 217 212 viii Contents 4 Afterword: Theses on the Use of Nawatology for Cultural Analysis 220 FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO KNOW MORE APPENDIX ON QUOTED DUTCH NOVELISTS BIBLIOGRAPHY 233 225 229 INDEX OF NAMES AND TITLES INDEX OF CONCEPTS 247 241

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