Handbook of Narrative Analysis
Bart Vervaeck, Luc Herman
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Belletristik / Essays, Feuilleton, Literaturkritik, Interviews
Stories are everywhere, from fiction across media to politics and personal identity. Handbook of Narrative Analysis sorts out both traditional and recent narrative theories, providing the necessary skills to interpret any story. In addition to discussing classical theorists, such as Gérard Genette, Mieke Bal, and Seymour Chatman, Handbook of Narrative Analysis presents precursors (such as E. M. Forster), related theorists (Franz Stanzel, Dorrit Cohn), and a large variety of postclassical critics. Among the latter particular attention is paid to rhetorical, cognitive, and cultural approaches; intermediality; storyworlds; gender theory; and natural and unnatural narratology.
Not content to consider theory as an end in itself, Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck use two short stories and a graphic narrative by contemporary authors as touchstones to illustrate each approach to narrative. In doing so they illuminate the practical implications of theoretical preferences and the ideological leanings underlying them. Marginal glosses guide the reader through discussions of theoretical issues, and an extensive bibliography points readers to the most current publications in the field. Written in an accessible style, this handbook combines a comprehensive treatment of its subject with a user-friendly format appropriate for specialists and nonspecialists alike.
Handbook of Narrative Analysis is the go-to book for understanding and interpreting narrative. This new edition revises and extends the first edition to describe and apply the last fifteen years of cutting-edge scholarship in the field of narrative theory.
Postclassical Critics, Dorrit Cohn, Cultural Criticism, Gerard Genette, Gender Theory, Theorists, Fiction, Literary Studies, Storyworlds, Franz Stenzel, Seymour Chatman, Natural Narratology, Short Story, Classical Theorists, Intermediality, Mieke Bal, Graphic Narrative, Narrative Theory, Cognitive Criticism, Unnatural Narratology, Literary Criticism, E M Forster, Rhetorical Criticism