Branigan effectively criticizes the communication model of narration, a task long overdue in Anglo-American circles. The book brings out the extent to which mainstream mimetic theories have relied upon the elastic notion of an invisible, idealized observer, a convenient spook whom critics can summon up whenever they desire to "naturalize" style. The book also makes distinctions among types of subjectivity; after this, we will have much more precise ways of tracing the fluctuations among a character's vision, dreams, wishes, and so forth. Branigan also explains the necessity of distinguishing levels of narration.
|Manufacturer:||Mouton de Gruyter|
|Part Number:||40 black & white illustrations, 40 schw.|
|Publisher:||Mouton de Gruyter|
|Studio:||Mouton de Gruyter|
|MPN:||40 black & white illustrations, 40 schw.|
|Item Weight:||1.28 pounds|
|Item Size:||0.65 x 9.06 x 9.06 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.13 pounds|
|Package Size:||6.1 x 0.65 x 0.65 inches|
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