Contemporary Comics Storytelling

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IN THE FRONTIERS OF NARRATIVE SERIES:

Useful Fictions Evolution, Anxiety, and the Origins of Literature by Michael Austin

Stories and Minds Cognitive Approaches to Literary Narrative edited by Lars Bernaerts, Dirk De Geest, Luc Herman, and Bart Vervaeck

Telling Children’s Stories Narrative Theory and Children’s Literature edited by Mike Cadden

Coincidence and Counterfactuality Plotting Time and Space in Narrative Fiction by Hilary P. Dannenberg

The Emergence of Mind Representations of Consciousness in Narrative Discourse in English edited by David Herman

Story Logic Problems and Possibilities of Narrative by David Herman

Handbook of Narrative Analysis by Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck

Affective Narratology The Emotion Structure of Stories by Patrick Colm Hogan

Spaces of the Mind Narrative and Community in the American West by Elaine A. Jahner

Talk Fiction Literature and the Talk Explosion by Irene Kacandes

Contemporary Comics Storytelling by Karin Kukkonen

The Imagined Moment Time, Narrative, and Computation by Inderjeet Mani

Storying Domestic Violence Constructions and Stereotypes of Abuse in the Discourse of General Practitioners by Jarmila Mildorf

New Narratives Stories and Storytelling in the Digital Age edited by Ruth Page and Bronwen Thomas

Fictional Minds by Alan Palmer

Writing at the Limit The Novel in the New Media Ecology by Daniel Punday

Narrative Beginnings Theories and Practices edited by Brian Richardson

Narrative across Media The Languages of Storytelling edited by Marie-Laure Ryan

Fictional Dialogue Speech and Conversation in the Modern and Postmodern Novel by Bronwen Thomas

To order or obtain more information on these or other University of Nebraska Press titles, visit www.nebraskapress.unl.edu.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - How to Analyze Comics Cognitively 13
  • 2 - Textual Traditions in Comics 51
  • 3 - Fictionality in Comics 87
  • 4 - Fictional Minds in Comics 127
  • Conclusion 177
  • Notes 189
  • Bibliography 207
  • Index 227
  • In the Frontiers of Narrative Series 232
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