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Taleworlds and Storyrealms : the Phenomenology of Narrative

Author: Katharine Galloway Young
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1987.
Series: Martinus Nijhoff philosophy library, 16.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Beginning is the hardest ITPment, not because openers are all that scarce but because you're blowing into, cracking a universe. l Maurice Natanson q;>enings are already directed toward closings. The first question in presenting a body of work is where to cut in. This is an especially difficult question since the cut-in provides a perspecti ve on what follows. A cut is an angle of entry. Wherever I enter, from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Galloway Young
ISBN: 9789400935112 9400935110
OCLC Number: 851375476
Description: 1 online resource (282 pages).
Contents: The Phenomenological Framework for Narrative Analysis --
One Edgework: Frame and Boundary in the Phenomenology of Narrative --
Two Multiple Contexting: The Story Context of Stories --
Three Presentation of Self in Storytelling --
Four Joint Storytelling: The Interplay of Discourse and Interaction --
Five Storyability and Eventfulness: Beyond Referential Theories of Narrative --
Six Taleworlds and Real: Ontological Puzzles about Narrative --
Appendix Transcription Devices.
Series Title: Martinus Nijhoff philosophy library, 16.
Responsibility: by Katharine Galloway Young.

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A realm cut into has an orientation. Another cut would open onto another realm. The realm of events I cut into is a Taleworld, inhabited by characters acting in their own space and time.  Read more...

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