Les rouages de l’intrigue

Baroni, Raphaël. Les Rouages de l’intrigue: Les outils de la narratologie postclassique pour l’analyse des textes littéraires. Geneva: Slatkine, 2017. Online at Serval.*

https://serval.unil.ch/fr/notice/serval:BIB_91F2FABBCF53

         2023

_____. I meccanismi dell’intreccio: Introduzione alla narratologia funzionale. (Humana scientia – Semeia). Effigi, 2020.*

         http://www.cpadver-effigi.com/blog/i-meccanismi-dell-intreccio-raphael-baroni/

         2021

Figurally Colored Narration

Schmid, Wolf. Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. (Narratologia, 18). Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022.*

https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102

2022

_____. “Preface.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022.*

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-001

2022

_____. “1. Introduction: Narrator and Figure.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 1-15.* (Chekhov, “Rothschild’s Violin”, Torah, Homer).

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-002

2022

_____. “2. Figurally Colored Narration: Terms and Definitions.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 16-41.* (McHale, Cohn, Palmer, Spitzer, Bakhtin, Kenner, Stanzel, Fludernik, Bal)

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-003

2022

_____. “3. Figurally Colored Narration as Text Interference.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 42-57.* (Voice, Free indirect discourse).

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-004

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_____. “4. Functions and Areas of Application.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 58-123.* (Chekhov, “The Bride”; Bellow, “Looking for Mr. Green”; Chekhov, “The Student,” Jurij Trifonov, The Long Goodbye; Mansfield, “The Daughters of the Late Colonel”; Dieter Wellershoff, “The Normal Life”; Hemingway, “Up in Michigan”; Dickens, Little Dorrit; Austen, Emma; Mann, “Tristan”; Dostoevsky, “A Nasty Anecdote”, Crime and Punishment; Pil’njak, The Naked Year; Tolstoy, “The Forged Coupon”; Fay Weldon, “Weekend”; children’s fiction; Dostoevsky, The Eternal Husband, The Double;Pushkin, “The Coffinmaker”; Shirley Jackson, “The Lottery”; Faulner, “Elly”; Illusion, desription, dreams, Foreshadowing, Mood, Characterization, Flashbacks).

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-005

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_____. “5. Limiting and Uncertain Cases.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 124-42.* (Figural coloring without a figure; Mansfield, “At the Bay”; Woolf, The Waves, Guzel’ Jaxina, My Children; Character or Narrator? – Goethe, Novella, Otto Ludwig, Between Sky and Earth; Thomas Mann, “A Weary Hour”; Dostoevsky, The Adolescent).

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-006

2022

_____. “6. Summary and Conclusions.” In Schmid, Figurally Colored Narration: Case Studies from English, German, and Russian Literature. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2022. 143-52.*

http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110763102-007

2022

Making Time

Gebauer, Carolin. Making Time: World Construction in the Present-Tense Novel. (Narratologia, 77). Boston and Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021.* (Authorial narrative, Narration, Chronotope, Tense, Deixis, Narrator, First-person narration, Figural narration, Focalization, Retrospection, Heterodiegetic narration, Narrative dynamics, Omniscience, Comment, Plot, Storyworld, Voice).https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110708134/html