Narrative Sequence in Contemporary Narratology
Keywords:Literary Criticism / General
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Theory and Interpretation of Narrative
On narrative sequence, classical and postclassical / Gerald Prince -- The configuration of narrative sequences / John Pier -- The eventfulness of non-events / Peter Huhn -- Privileged authorial disclosure about events: Wolff's "Bullet in the brain" and O'Hara's "Appearances" / James Phelan -- Ending twice over (or more): alternate endings in narrative / Eyal Segal -- Virtualities of plot and the dynamics of rereading / Raphael Baroni -- Intrigue, suspense, and sequentiality in comic strips: reading little Sammy Sneeze / Alain Boillat and Francoise Revaz -- Musical narrativity / Michael Toolan -- Narrativizing the matrix / Emma Kafalenos -- Unusual and unnatural narrative sequences / Brian Richardson -- Sequence, linearity, spatiality, or: why be afraid of fixed narrative order? / Marie-Laure Rya -- Conclusion: Epistemological problems in narrative theory: objectivist vs constructivist paradigm / Franco Passalacqua and Federico Pianzola.
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