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On narrative / edited by W. J. T. Mitchell.

Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1981.
ISBN 0226532178, 9780226532172

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Other Title Critical inquiry.
Other Authors Mitchell, W. J. Thomas, 1942-
Subjects Discourse analysis, Narrative.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Description x, 270 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes "The articles in this volume originally appeared in Critical inquiry, volume 7, number 1 (Autumn 1980)."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents White, H. The value of narrativity in the representation of reality.--Schafer, R. Narration in the psychoanalytic dialogue.--Derrida, J. The law of genre.--Kermode, F. Secrets and narrative sequence.--Goodman, N. Twisted tales.--Chatman, S. What novels can do that films can't (and vice versa).--Turner, V. Social dramas and stories about them.--Ricoeur, P. Narrative time.--LeGuin, U.K. It was a dark and stormy night.--Afterthoughts on narrative: Hernadi, P. On the how, what, and why of narrative. Scholes, R. Language, narrative, and anti-narrative. Smith, B.H. Narrative versions, narrative theories.--Critical response: Mink, L.O. Everyman his or her own annalist.--Waldman, M.R. The otherwise unnoteworthy year 711.--White, H. The narrativization of real events.--Goodman, N. The telling and the told.--Chatman, S. Reply to Barbara Herrnstein Smith.
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