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Our Very Own Adventure: Towards a Poetics of the Short Story (Paperback)

Carolyne Lee

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ISBN 10: 0522858678 / ISBN 13: 9780522858679
Edité par Melbourne University Press, Australia, 2011
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Our Very Own Adventure demonstrates the main convention of the short story - specifically the heightened reader response that Carolyne Lee terms narratorial presence . The intensity of the short story encourages readers to appropriate the fictive world, as rendered through one or more represented subjectivities in the narrative. Lee argues that this narratorial presence is the enabling effect of the tale s telling. Each chapter examines a group of stories (by authors such as William Faulkner, James Joyce, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ray Bradbury and Alice Munro) that share basic similarities, but where the narratorial presence differs due to differing techniques. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9780522858679

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Titre : Our Very Own Adventure: Towards a Poetics of...

Éditeur : Melbourne University Press, Australia

Date d'édition : 2011

Reliure : Paperback

Etat du livre :New

Edition : Print on Demand.

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Our Very Own Adventure demonstrates the main convention of the short story—specifically the heightened reader response that Carolyne Lee terms 'narratorial presence'. The intensity of the short story encourages readers to appropriate the fictive world, as rendered through one or more represented subjectivities in the narrative. Lee argues that this narratorial presence is the enabling effect of the tale's telling. Each chapter examines a group of stories (by authors such as William Faulkner, James Joyce, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ray Bradbury and Alice Munro) that share basic similarities, but where the narratorial presence differs due to differing techniques. Our Very Own Adventure reveals just how a story yields its meanings to a reader.

About the Author:

Carolyne Lee is a writer, teacher and researcher who has written for newspapers, books, e-zines, educational curricula, scholarly journals and blogs. She has taught writing for more than twenty years, and in that time has seen many of her students break into print (and pixels), gain good jobs in the media and in other organisations, and even become teachers themselves. She is a lecturer, as well as coordinator of writing subjects in the discipline of Media and Communications, in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. She is the author of Power Prose and co-editor of Who'd Be a Mother?

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