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Narrative Strategies in Television Series

Author: Gaby Dr Allrath; Gaby Allrath; Marion Gymnich
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the context of a systematic overview of the possibilities of applying narratological concepts to a study of TV series, ten case studies are explored in depth, demonstrating how series such as 24, Buffy, Twin Peaks, Star Trek, Blackadder, and Sex and the City make use of innovative audiovisual means of storytelling. Transgressing the traditional confines of narrative theory, the chapter authors address the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gaby Dr Allrath; Gaby Allrath; Marion Gymnich
ISBN: 9780230501003 0230501001 1349545058 9781349545056
OCLC Number: 1058408219
Description: 1 online resource (XI, 231 pages) : online resource
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
List of Figures --
Acknowledgements --
Notes on the Contributors --
1 Introduction: Towards a Narratology of TV Series --
Part I Beyond Realism: Authentifying and Subjectifying Narrative Strategies --
2 'Today is going to be the longest day of my life': A Narratological Analysis of 24 --
3 Exploring Inner Spaces: Authoritative Narratives and Subjective Worlds in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise --
4 Animated Cartoons and Other Innovative Forms of Presenting Consciousness on Screen: The German TV Series Berlin, Berlin. Part II Multi-layered Characters, Multi-layered Narratives --
5 'She's filled with secrets': Hidden Worlds, Embedded Narratives and Character Doubling in Twin Peaks --
6 'This is not happening': The Multi-layered Ontology of The X-Files --
7 Life in Doppelgangland: Innovative Character Conception and Alternate Worlds in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel --
Part III Narrating Gender/Gendering Narratives --
8 Serial Gossip: Gossip as Theme and Narrative Strategy in Sex and the City --
9 Ellen Degenarrated: Breaking the Heteronormative Narrative Contract --
Part IV (Re)Narrating History. 10 History and Biography in Die zweite Heimat: Narrative Strategies to Represent the Past --
11 History: The Sitcom, England: The Theme Park --
Blackadder's Retrovisions as Historiographic Meta-TV --
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Responsibility: edited by Gaby Allrath, Marion Gymnich.
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