Perspectives on Narrativity and Narrative Perspectivization

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| University of Bayreuth
| Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich
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The book offers a novel approach to the question of how to model narrativity against the background of perspectivization. By bringing together contributions from neuro- and cognitive linguistics, literary studies, and picture theory, the volume uncovers basic mechanisms of perspectivization that are common to the different levels of linguistic structure, literary novels, and narrative pictures. As such, it is also a book on narrative perspectivization since its contributions examine in detail the perspectival principles in medieval, romantic and postmodern literature, in the micro-linguistic structure of language, narrative pictures, literary novels, dramatic texts, and everyday stories. In doing so, it contributes both to the theoretical debate on the core definition of narrativity and offers new empirical investigations on perspectival principles in specific historical, medial, and genre constellations. This volume will be of interest to scholars and students of cognitive linguistics, narrative research and (transmedial) narratology, cognitive poetics, and stylistics.
[Linguistic Approaches to Literature, 21]  2016.  viii, 185 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Introduction: Perspectives on narrativity and narrative perspectivization
Sonja Zeman
1–14
PART I: Cognitive-linguistic perspectives
Chapter 1. Perspectivization as a link between narrative micro- and macro-structure
Sonja Zeman
17–42
Chapter 2. Presenting narration: The perspectival construction of narrativity in Bulgarian and Macedonian
Barbara Sonnenhauser
43–62
Chapter 3. Neurolinguistic view into narrative processing
Julia Büttner
63–88
PART II: Literary and transmedial perspectives
Chapter 4. The double-layered structure of narrative discourse and complex strategies of perspectivization
Natalia Igl
91–114
Chapter 5. Narrator and narrative space in Middle High German epic poetry (Parzival, Ehescheidungsgespräch, Prosalancelot)
Silvan Wagner
115–138
Chapter 6. Seeing or meaning?: Perspective and perspectivization in drama
Elisabeth Böhm
139–160
Chapter 7. Pictorial narrativity: Transcending intrinsically incomplete representation
Tobias Schöttler
161–182
Index
183–186
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Literature & Literary Studies

Theoretical literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015043371