Audionarratology: Lessons from Radio Drama
Editors:Bernaerts, Lars, 1980-
Keywords:Literary Criticism / Semiotics & Theory
Literary Criticism / Drama
Social Science / Media Studies
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Theory and Interpretation of Narrative
Introduction: When sounds make stories: lessons for narrative theory from the study of radio drama / Lars Bernaerts and Jarmila Mildorf -- Part I: Narratological challenges in theory and practice. The audio dramatist's critical vocabulary in Great Britain / Tim Crook -- "Stage" directions in the radio script: a transgeneric narratological approach / Janine Hauthal -- Narrative mediation and the case of audio drama / Lars Bernaerts -- Earwitnessing: focalization in radio drama / Siebe Bluijs -- Simultaneity and the soundscapes of audio fiction / Caroline A. Kita -- Part II: Narrative genres and narrative experiments in audio drama. "There ain't no sense to nothin'": serial storytelling, radio consciousness, and the gothic of audition / Harry Heuser -- Auricularization and narrative-epistemic stance in Louis Nowra's Echo point / Jarmila Mildorf -- "Arthur lolled": audiophony and humor in The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy / Olivier Couder -- Gargantuan adaptations: narrative and non-narrative soundscapes in English and German radio plays and radio operas based on François Rabelais and Johann Fischart / Till Kinzel -- Music, voice, and (de)narrativization in Samuel Beckett's radio play Cascando / Pim Verhulst -- Coda: Radio drama between mimetic and diegetic presentation / Marie-Laure Ryan.
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