Towards a 'Natural' Narratology

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Subject index
Collated by Hilary P. Dannenberg Page numbers in bold indicate where technical terms are defined.
a
abstract (Labov) 65-6 , 81 , 325
achrony (Genette) 138
addresses to the audience 109 , 115
adverbial deixis 194
agency, agent 26-7 , 74-5 , 245 , 273 , 337-41 ;
agents vs. characters 339-40
allegory 354-5
alterity 3-9 , 33 , 376-8
analepsis (Genette) see flashback anecdote 58 , 82-4 , 85-91 , 384 n17
aperspectivism 138 , 345 ;
see also zero focalization
argument as text type 356-7
as clause 111
attribution of discourse 186-92 , 198 , 202-6 , 215-18 , 225 , 264-6 , 401 n1
author see narrator/author coidentity
authorial-figural continuum (Stanzel) 246
authorial intrusions 109
authorial narrative 165-8 , 207-10 , 368-71 ;
see also omniscience
authorial narrative situation (Stanzel) 47-8
autobiography 47 , 77 , 95
autodiegesis vs. homodiegesis 343

b
biography 24 , 25 , 86 , 95
but284-5

c
camera eye see neutral narrative
centre of consciousness (Henry James) see reflector character/deictic centre
character 245 , 273 ;
see also agency, existence
chronology 20-1 , 270 ;
see also temporality cladistics 331 , 404 n27
cognitive frames 12 , 15 , 22-3 , 27-8 , 43-52 , 163 , 231 , 245 , 303 , 312-23 , 358 , 371-5 ;
and focalization 345 ;
see also frame (theory), natural frames
cognitive linguistics 17
cognitive parameters 12 , 15 , 19 , 22-3 , 43-52 , 211-13 , 305-6 , 313-15 , 343 , 352 , 371-5
cognitive principles see narrativization commentary 65 , 80 , 97
communal perspective 179-92 , 198-9 , 208 , 210 , 213 , 217 , 219
concordance 406 n60
conditional tense 259-60
configurality (Ricoeur) see Author index
consciousness 26-7 , 48 , 49-50,197 , 223-44 , 278 , 374-5 , 382 n47;
access to character’s 150 , 177 , 346 ;
as cognitive frame 221 , 278 , 291-2 , 311-13 , 317 , 355-6 , 372-4 ;
representation of 147-8 , 150-1 , 153-9 , 161 , 169-72 , 194 , 346 , 349 , 374
consciousness novel 130-1 , 164 , 168-72 , 317
consciousness scene 131 , 147-8 , 153-9 , 170
consistency see narrativization, plot
consonance see dissonance (D. Cohn)
constructivism 12 , 305-6 , 313 , 379 n1
conversation as text type 356-7

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