Towards a 'Natural' Narratology

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Author index
Collated by Hilary P. Dannenberg Anonymous works are listed in the subject index.
a
Abelson, Robert P. 17
Adams, Jon K. 320 , 356 , 403 n12
Adato, Albert 385 n24
Anderson, Sherwood 274
Aristotle 333 , 349
Arnold, June 236 , 361 , 367
Ashberry, John 309
Atwood, Margaret 243 , 248
Austen, Jane 48 , 170

b
Bachmann, Ingeborg 237
Baker, Nicholson 276
Bakhtin, Mikhail 368
Bal, Mieke 215 , 334 , 338 , 341 , 344-5 , 361 , 404 n36
Ballard, James G. 290-1
Banfield, Ann 50 , 169 , 175 , 178 , 186 , 192 , 194-7 , 201 , 204 , 217-18 , 220 , 223 , 344 , 361
Barlow, Richard 400 n66
Barnes, Djuna 261
Barth, John 224 , 275 , 281 , 402 n23
Barthelme, Donald 282-5 , 288 , 296 , 402 n26
Barthelme, Frederick 227 , 229
Barthes, Roland 3-4 , 31-3 , 197 , 382 n44
Baudrillard, Jean 8-9
Bayer, Konrad 285-6
Beckett, Samuel 49 , 239 , 251 , 261 , 273 , 292 , 294 , 299 , 303-4 , 306 , 316 , 351
Behn, Aphra 37 , 48 , 56 , 130-2 , 136 , 139-42 , 144-58 , 161-2 , 164-6 , 169 , 393 n21;
‘Agnes de Castro’ 145 ;
‘The Dumb Virgin’ 145 , 162 ;
‘The Fair Jilt’ 142 , 144 , 148-51 , 153 , 161 , 393 n15;
‘The History of the Nun’ 136 , 140-1 , 153-7 , 166 ;
Love Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister130 , 142 , 144-5 , 153 , 157-8 , 161 , 166 , 279 , 381-2 n38;
‘The Lucky Mistake’ 136 , 145 , 161 ;
Oroonoko145-8 , 161 , 162 ;
‘The Unfortunate Bride’ 145 , 162 ;
‘The Unfortunate Happy Lady’ 139-40
Bender, John 367-8 , 370
Bentham, Jeremy 368-71
Bernhard, Thomas 292 , 351
Bernstein, Charles 304-5
Berressem, Hanjo 401 n2, 406 n65
Blake, William 355
Boccaccio 56 , 384 n10
Bokenham, Osbern 110-11
Bolinger, Dwight 18
Bolt, Robert 386 n49
Bonheim, Helmut 244 , 331-2 , 405 n42
Booth, Philip 308-9
Booth, Wayne C. 222
Branigan, Edward 20 , 26
Brautigan, Richard 281-2
Brecht, Bertolt 350
Bremond et al.85-6 , 348
Bremond, Claude 21-2 , 29
Breton, André 276-7
Brinkmann, Richard 38
Brontë, Charlotte 389 n26
Brooke-Rose, Christine 49 , 267-8 , 273 , 317 , 367 ;
Out273 ;
Such273 , 316

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