Narratology: An Introduction

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Contents
General Editors' Prefacevii
Notes on Editorsix
Acknowledgementsx
Introduction1
Preliminaries1
The analysis of narrative structure4
An historical overview12
Conclusion35
PART ONE: NARRATIVE STRUCTURE: FABULA
1 ROLAND BARTHES Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narratives45
2 CLAUDE BREMOND The Logic of Narrative Possibilities61
3 A.-J. GREIMAS Reflections on Actantial Models76
PART TWO: NARRATIVE STRUCTURE: STORY
4 JONATHAN CULLER Fabula and Sjuzhet in the Analysis of Narrative: Some American Discussions93
5 MEIR STERNBERG What is Exposition? An Essay in Temporal Delimitation103
6 MIEKE BAL Focalization115
7 PAUL RICŒR The Time of Narrating (Erzählzeit) and Narrated Tune (Erzählte Zeit)129
PART THREE: NARRATIVE STRUCTURE: TEXT
8 WAYNE C. BOOTH Types of Narration145
9 WALKER GIBSON Authors, Speakers, Readers, and Mock Readers155
10 F. K. STANZEL A New Approach to the Definition of the Narrative Situations161
11 GÉRARD GENETTE Voice172
12 GERALD PRINCE Introduction to the Study of the Narratee190
13 LINDA HUTCHEON Modes and Forms of Narrative Narcissism: Introduction of a Typology203

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