narratologist

narratologist

(ˌnærəˈtɒlədʒɪst)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a person who studies narratology; an expert in narratology
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Szilagyi cites narratologist Marie-Laure Ryan, particularly her theories on embedded narratives, that is, the "story-like constructs contained in the private worlds of characters," which include their dreams, fictions, beliefs, desires, or any other "unactualized possibilities" (Ryan 156).
We can postulate that there exists a heightened awareness of duration--what narratologist Mark Currie treats as a phenomenology of anticipation (28)--in the reader's processing of certain narrative texts.
Feminist narratologist Susan Snaider Lanser (1992) has explained that while both feminist scholars and narrative theorists place a high premium on the importance of narrative voice, their projects are often at odds with one another insofar as narratologists "are usually concerned with formal structures and not with the causes, ideologies, or social implications of particular narrative practices" (p.
Chapter Three, "Narrative," introduces the conceptual apparatus of narratologist Mieke Bal, which Osto thereafter makes use of in his textual analysis.
Among those studies the models of structuralist and then post- structuralist Roland Barthes is very immanent and the narratologist Algirdas Griemas is also significant one.
In a career spanning 35 years she distinguished herself as narratologist, researcher, critic, and apologist for literature.
Ignoring the fact that Turkey's capital city Ankara lies at a distance of more than a thousand kilometers from Iraq, the British narratologist Gillian Perholt feels "an appropriate measure of fear" flying to a country that did not even partake in the Gulf War (97).
A narratologist by training, Bal has established herself as a free-ranging cultural analyst, and the case studies that often compose the demonstration in her work are drawn from an astonishing array of cultural products--all manner of texts, but also sculpture, painting, film, and museum artifacts.
Kermode's book, which reads like a conversation with a favorite professor, is free of jargon--except for one extraordinary sentence: "But the narratologist will distinguish analepses as either homodiegetic or heterodiegetic, according to the status or otherwise of the story affected by the analeptic intrusion.
US) is dedicated to the examination of the diachronic history of Greek narrative forms and functions concerning time over the course of 12 centuries and thus helps answers narratologist Monika Fludernik's 2003 call to explore such questions as how much reader address occurs across centuries, the temporal origins of certain techniques or constellations, and shifting functions of narrative features and techniques across time.
On the other hand, when the Bastard participated in action, a narratologist could easily describe him as a superhuman actant.
Eminent narratologist and cultural studies scholar Mieke Bal here returns to biblical studies with an essay derived from her forthcoming book Loving Yusef.