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On narrative

edited by W.J.T. Mitchell

University of Chicago Press, 1981

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注記

"The articles in this volume originally appeared in Critical inquiry, volume 7, number 1 (Autumn 1980) and volume 7, number 4 (Summer 1981)."--T.p. verso

Includes bibliographical references and index

収録内容

  • The value of narrativity in the representation of reality / Hayden White
  • Narration in the psychoanalytic dialogue / Roy Schafer
  • The law of genre / Jacques Derrida ; translated by Avital Ronell
  • Secrets and narrative sequence / Frank Kermode
  • Twisted tales, or, Story, study, and symphony / Nelson Goodman
  • What novels can do that films can't (and vice versa) / Seymour Chatman
  • Social dramas and stories about them / Victor Turner
  • Narrative time / Paul Ricoeur
  • It was a dark and stormy night, or, Why are we huddling about the campfire? / Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Afterthoughts on narrative, I. On the how, what, and why of narrative / Paul Hernadi
  • Afterthoughts on narrative, II. Language, narrative, and anti-narrative / Robert Scholes
  • Afterthoughts on narrative, III. Narrative versions, narrative theories / Barbara Herrnstein Smith
  • Critical response, I. Everyman his or her own annalist / Louis O. Mink
  • Critical response, II. "The otherwise unnoteworthy year 711" : a reply to Hayden White / Marilyn Robinson Waldman
  • Critical response, III. The narrativization of real events / Hayden White
  • Critical response, IV. The telling and the told / Nelson Goodman
  • Critical response, V. Reply to Barbara Herrnstein Smith / Seymour Chatman

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内容説明

The fourteen distinguished contributors to this volume explore ways we tell, understand, and use stories. More important, through their exploration they collectively demonstrate that the study of narrative, like the study of other significant human creations, has taken a quantum leap in the modern era. No longer the province of literary specialists who borrow their terms from psychology or linguistics, the study of narrative has become and invaluable source of insight for all the branches of human and natural science. Multidisciplinary in scope, these essays dramatize and and clarify the most fundamental debates about the nature and value of narrative as a means by which human beings attempt to represent and make sense of the world.

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