|Prologue in the wilderness||1|
|1 Towards a ‘natural’ narratology||12|
|1.1Linguistic concepts of the natural||13|
|1.1.2The linguistic theory of naturalness: from frames to prototypes||17|
|1.2A redefinition of narrativity||20|
|1.2.1History vs. experientiality||20|
|1.2.4Realism and mimesis||35|
|1.3Towards a ‘natural’ narratology||43|
|2 Natural narrative and other oral modes||53|
|2.1Oral types of storytelling: a generic overview||57|
|2.2Natural narrative: the creation of story meaning||60|
|2.2.1The features of conversational storytelling: the experiential mode||63|
|2.2.2Report, observational narrative and the vicarious mode||71|
|2.2.3Institutionalized storytelling and the link with written narrative||77|
|2.3Humorous and didactic short forms||81|
|2.3.2Exemplum and/or anecdote||85|
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Book title: Towards a 'Natural' Narratology.
Contributors: Monika Fludernik - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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