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Debating rhetorical narratology : on the synthetic, mimetic, and thematic aspects of narrative / Matthew Clark and James Phelan.

By: Clark, Matthew.
Contributor(s): Phelan, James [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Theory and interpretation of narrative.Publisher: Columbus : The Ohio state university Press, cop. 2020Description: xi, 232 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780814255773.Subject(s): Discourse analysis, Narrative | Narration (Rhetoric) | naratologija | diskurs - analiza | teorija pripovijedanja | pripovijedanjeSummary: ""Two narratologists engage in a lively debate about three core concepts in rhetorical narratology, the mimetic, thematic, and synthetic. Grounded in narratives ranging from the Iliad to Beloved, the debate shows the power of both narrative theory and narrative itself"--
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Bibliografija: str. 215-224. - Kazalo

""Two narratologists engage in a lively debate about three core concepts in rhetorical narratology, the mimetic, thematic, and synthetic. Grounded in narratives ranging from the Iliad to Beloved, the debate shows the power of both narrative theory and narrative itself"--

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