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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
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|ISBN:||9783110408263 3110408260 9783110408416 3110408414|
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|Contents:||Vera Nünning / Conceptualising (un)reliable narration and (un)trustworthiness --
Theoretical issues and new directions. Uri Margolin / Theorising narrative (un)reliability: a tentative roadmap; Liesbeth Korthals Altes / What about the default, or interpretive diversity? : some reflections on narrative (un)reliability; Vera Nünning / Reconceptualising fictional (un)reliability and (un)trustworthiness from a multidisciplinary perspective: categories, typology and functions; Bo Pettersson / Kinds of unreliability in fiction: narratorial, focal, expositional and combined; Robert Vogt / Combining possible-worlds theory and cognitive theory: towards an explanatory model for ironic-unreliable narration, ironic-unreliable focalization, ambiguous-unreliable and alterated-unreliable narration in literary fiction; Gunther Martens / Unreliability in non-fiction: the case of the unreliable addressee --
Transgeneric and intermedial approaches. Peter Hühn / Unreliability in lyric poetry; Ansgar Nünning & Christine Schwanecke / The performative power of unreliable narration and focalisation in drama and theatre: conceptualising the specificity of dramatic unreliability; Matthias Brütsch / Irony, retroactivity, and ambiguity: three kinds of "unreliable narration" in literature and film; Markus Kuhn / (Un)reliability in fictional and factual audiovisual narratives on YouTube; Christoph Bietz / Tracing televised "truth": reality effect and unreliable narration in TV news --
Interdisciplinary perspectives on (un)reliability. Beatrice Dernbach / (Un)reliable narration in journalism: the fine line between fact and fiction; Andreas Elter; Unreliable narratives in the US elections: how much reliability can a campaign take?; Andreas von Arnauld & Stefan Martini / Unreliable narration in law courts; Stephan Jaeger / Unreliable narration in historical studies; Jarmila Mildorf / Unreliability in patient narratives: from clinical assessment to narrative practice; Brigitte Boothe & Dragica Stojkovic / Communicating dreams: on the struggle for reliable dream reporting and the unreliability of dream reports.
|Series Title:||Narratologia. Contributions to narrative theory, 44|
|Responsibility:||edited by Vera Nünning.|
- Narration (Rhetoric)
- Discourse analysis, Narrative.
- Truthfulness and falsehood.
- LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Composition & Creative Writing.
- LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Rhetoric.
- REFERENCE -- Writing Skills.