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Narratology by Gerald Prince
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In Narratology, Gerald Prince notes that narratology includes all narratives, even those that aren't great or literary or interesting (yes!), and that studying narratology "is to study one of the fundamental ways -- and a singularly human one at that -- in which we make sense. Ultimately, narratology can help us understand what human beings are" (164). Narrating (ch1) and Reading Narrative (ch4) are more pertinent for those interested in the structure/creation of narratives and their reception. Narrated (ch2), Narrative Grammar (ch3) and Narrativity (ch5) focus more on the content of narratives. Narrative Grammar is particularly technical in that respect.
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June 28, 2010 – Shelved
July 6, 2010 – Started Reading
July 13, 2010 – Finished Reading

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Sonja Hi-- do you know where I can buy this book at a normal price? I can't find it anywhere online. I'm using my university library's copy but I'd like my own to work on it more seriously. Thanks in advance!


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