Narratology: An Introduction

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Acknowledgements

Our interest in narratology goes back to two team research projects financed by the University of Zaragoza in 1989 and 1990-1, and further developed in two wider research projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Education (PS90-0117 and PS94-0057).

We are grateful to the authors and other copyright holders of the articles reprinted here for permission to reproduce copyright material, and to Stan Smith, who suggested the topic of this reader. We would also like to thank Celestino Deleyto for specialized advice on film studies, Beatriz Penas and Tim Cooper, who read the introduction, and the Longman copy-editor, who has been most helpful and efficient.

Susana Onega José Angel García Landa 1996

The publishers are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce copyright material:

The Editor of Atlantis for an edited version of 'Focalisation in Film Narrative' by Celestino Deleyto in Atlantis 13 ( November, 1991) pp. 159-77; Blackwell Publishers Ltd/ Cornell University Press for an edited version of "'Voice'" by Gérard Genette: Narrative Discourse: An Essay in Method. Translated from the French by Jane Lewin. Copyright © 1980 by Cornell University Press; Cambridge University Press/ Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht for an edited version of 'A New Approach to the Definition of the Narrative Situations' by F. K. Stanzel in A Theory of Narrative. Translated by Charlotte Goedsche, pp. 46-78 and diagram p. xvi (Translation of Theory des Erzahlens Gottingen: Vandenhoek, 1979); the author, Teresa de Lauretis for an edited version of her 'Desire in Narrative' from Alice Doesn't: Feminism, Semiotics, Cinema. ( Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1984); HarperCollins Publishers Ltd/ Farrar, Strauss & Giroux Inc. for an edited version of "'An Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narrative'" by Roland Barthes in Image, Music, Text. Edited & translated by Stephen Heath. ( New York, Hill & Wang, 1977, pp. 79-124). Translation of Roland Barthes' 'Introduction & l'analyse structurale due recit' in Communications 8 ( 1966) pp. 1-27; the author, Linda Hutcheon for an edited version of her 'Modes and Forms ofNarrative Narcissism: Introduction of a Typology'

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