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Unnatural Narratology: Extensions, Revisions, and Challenges
by Jan Alber and BRIAN RICHARDSON
The Ohio State University Press, 2020
eISBN: 978-0-8142-7753-9 | Cloth: 978-0-8142-1419-0
Library of Congress Classification PN212.U66 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 808.036

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Unnatural Narratology: Extensions, Revisions, and Challenges offers a number of developments, refinements, and defenses of key aspects of unnatural narrative studies. The first section applies unnatural narrative theory and analysis to ideologically charged areas such as feminism, postcolonial studies, cultural alterity, and subaltern discourse. The book goes on to engage with and intervene in theoretical debates in several areas of both critical theory and narrative theory, including affect studies, immersion, narration, character theory, frames, and theories of reception and interpretation. Antimimetic perspectives are also extended to additional fields, including autobiography, graphic narratives, drama and film, performance studies, and interactive gamebooks. Written by an international assemblage of distinguished and emerging narrative scholars and theorists, this collection promises to greatly enhance the study of narrative and further advance the frontiers of narrative theory.
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