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Narrative Discourse An Essay In Method Pdf

Foreword by Jonathan Cutler
Translator's Preface
Preface

Introduction
1. Order
2. Duration
3. Frequency
4. Mood
5. Voice

Afterword
Bibliography
Index


"This book is generally considered one of the most- significant contributions to literary criticism in the 1970's, and it is almost essential or anyone doing serious study of narrative. The book is difficult and introduces a great deal of terminology, some of which has already been adopted by critics. It is well organized and systematic, a good example of what Robert Pirsig called the classical manner, a whole divided into its subordinate parts, those parts being further subdivided. To illustrate the use of his narrative analysis Genette applies it to Proust's Remembrance of Things Past and provides us with an insight into that great series." —Lawrence J. Gorman (April, 1984)

Title Narrative Discourse
Subtitle An Essay in Method
Translated by Jane E. Lewin
Publisher Cornell University Press
BISAC Subject Heading LIT006000 LITERARY CRITICISM / Semiotics & Theory
Audience 01 General / trade
Title First Published 31 August 1983
Subject Scheme Identifier Code      93 Thema subject category: DSA
ISBN-13 978-0-8014-9259-4
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9780801492594
Publication Date 31 August 1983
Publication Ithaca, United States
Main content page count 288

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