Intentional readings. Symptomatic readings. Adaptive readings. The borders of narrative. The outer limits of narrative. Is it narrative or is it life itself? The rhetoric of narrative. Narrative rhetoric at work. Closure and endings.
Closure suspense and surprise. Closure at the level of expectations. Closure at the level of questions. The absence of closure. The peril of buying a story. Free indirect style. Narration on stage and screen. The implied author.
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Adaptation across media. Duration and pace.
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Figurative language. Constraints of the marketplace. Character and self in narrative. Flat and round characters.
Can characters be real? Life writing as performative. Narrative contestation. A narrative latticework. Postmodernism: A Very Short Introduction. Christopher Butler. The Helene Cixous Reader. Susan Sellers. The Literature Review. Diana Ridley. The Philosophy of Tragedy. Julian Young. Terry Eagleton.
Metaphors We Live by. George Lakoff.
The Seven Basic Plots. Christopher Booker. The Society of the Spectacle. Guy Debord. Helene Cixous.
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Derek Jarman. How Fiction Works. James Wood. Neil Lazarus.
Michael Naas. Jonathan Culler.
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