Narrative across Media: The Languages of Storytelling

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Index
Aarseth, Espen, 34, 35, 332–34, 337, 341, 357n3, 375n2, 375n4, 395–96, 399–401
Abbate, Carolyn, 267, 270, 323n3, 325n23
acoustic space, 27–28, 41
Adams, Harold, 22
adaptation, 198–99; de(re)composing model, 233–34; genetic model, 199, 230–33; incarnational model, 199; merging model, 199; psychic model, 198, 222–24; trumping model, 199, 237–39; ventriloquist model, 198, 226–29. See also movie adaptations of novels; Wuthering Heights
Albee, Edward, 347
Alberti, Leon Battista, 158, 170, 173n5
Amerika, Mark, 357n5
Angelopoulos, Theo, 206
Annaud, Jean-Jacques, 221
Aristotle, 22–23, 29, 37n13, 158, 204, 217n1, 258, 268, 330, 334, 346, 348
Armour, Eugene, 302n2
artificial intelligence, 330, 346, 357n9
audiences in fiction: authorial vs. narrative, 314–15
Austen, Jane, 329
Austin, J. L., 306, 324n13
Babbitt, Irving, 22
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 289
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 125, 126, 220
Balász, Béla, 221
Ballin, Hugo, 238
Barr, Alfred, 386
Barthes, Roland, 26, 27, 41, 47, 51, 81, 195–96, 220, 226, 269, 280, 393, 395
Bartle, Richard, 371
Bates, Joseph, 346, 348
Bateson, Gregory, 76, 78
Battestin, Martin C., 224
Baudrillard, Jean, 26
Bazin, André, 381, 389n2
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 278, 291, 298
beginnings and ends, 81–83
Bejan, Bob, 380
Ben-Amos, Dan, 6
Benjamin, Walter, 27
Berg, Alban, 298, 318
Berlioz, Hector, 279, 286, 298
Beson, Luc, 385
Birkerts, Sven, 331
The Birth of Tragedy (Nietzsche), 267
Bluestone, George, 221
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 47
Bogdanovich, Peter, 238
Bolter, Jay David, 31, 330
Booth, Wayne, 298, 305, 306, 308, 317, 323n3, 393
Bordwell, David, 11, 34, 37n7, 43–44, 196–97, 230, 270, 394, 395
Boretz, Benjamin, 280
Borges, Jorge Luis, 63, 340
Borodine, Alexander, 268
boundaries, 81–90. See also frames
Brady, Ben, 221

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