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Storytelling : Critical and Creative Approaches

Author: Jan Shaw; Philippa Kelly; L E Semler
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In "Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches" award-winning creative artists and scholars explore the power and complexity of stories in a variety of genres and cultures. Storytelling is of crucial importance to narratives of post-coloniality, gender, history, social status and nationhood. This collection of analytical and reflective pieces demonstrates the fundamental role played by imagination in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Storytelling
(DLC) 2013044651
(OCoLC)863695489
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Shaw; Philippa Kelly; L E Semler
ISBN: 9781137349958 1137349956
OCLC Number: 865544204
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction Story Streams: Stories and their Tellers; Jan Shaw --
PART I: INDIGENOUS STORIES --
1. The State of the Nation's Narratives; Witi Ihimaera --
2. Testimonial Textures: Examining the Poetics of Non-Indigenous Stories about Reconciliation; Tom Clark and Ravi de Costa --
3. Indigenous literature in the Pacific: The Question of the Didactic in Storytelling; Raylene Ramsay --
4. Mother Stories: The Woman Myth in "By the Bog of Cats" and "Tea in a China Cup"; Kristen Liesch --
5. (Re)telling the Story of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda: "Une Saison de Machetes" ("Machete Season") by Jean Hatzfeld; Narelle Fletcher --
PART II: FICTIONAL HISTORY AND HISTORICAL FICTION --
6. Transnational Glamour, National Allure: Community, Change and Clicȟ in Baz Luhrmann's "Australia"; Meaghan Morris --
7. Writing the Story of the Wartime Occupation of the Channel Islands; Peter Goodall --
8. War, Wives and Whitewash: The Zookeeper and his Aryan Animals; Julia Petzl-Berney --
9. "No Man's Land": A Revisionist Story of the Cyprus Problem; Irini Savvides --
10. Transnational Storytelling: Visions of Italy in Two New Zealand Novels; Sarah Patricia Hill --
PART III: THE SEA OF STORIES --
11. Shakespeare and the Sea of Stories; Mark Houlahan --
12. Reading Chaucer 'in Parts': "The Knight's Tale" and "The Two Noble Kinsmen"; Margaret Rogerson --
13. What Women Want: The Shrew's Story; Philippa Kelly --
14. Stories of Selves and Infidels: Walter Charleton's Letter to Margaret Cavendish; L.E. Semler --
15. 'Telling the story my way': Shakespearean Collaboration and Dialogism in the Secondary School Classroom; Linzy Brady --
16. The Tale of Melusine in A.S. Byatt's "Possession": Retelling Medieval Stories; Jan Shaw --
PART IV: CRITICAL CREATIVITY --
17. Redcrosse: Storytelling, Nation and Religion in England; Ewan Fernie --
18. Paul Auster's Storytelling in "Invisible": The Pleasures of Postmodernity; Rosemary Huisman --
19. Emotional Rhythm; Ian David --
20. Rogues: A Speculation; Sue Woolfe --
21. What Would Happen If ...? A Semi-Memoir of a Semi-Philosophical Musician and Sometime Carpenter; Paul Dresher.
Responsibility: edited by Jan Shaw, University of Sydney, Australia ; Philippa Kelly, University of California, Berkeley and L.E. Semler, University of Sydney, Australia.

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