Eventfulness in British Fiction

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An event, defined as the decisive turn, the surprising point in the plot of a narrative, constitutes its tellability, the motivation for reading it. This book describes a framework for a narratological definition of eventfulness and its dependence on the historical, socio-cultural and literary context. A series of fifteen analyses of British novels and tales, from late medieval and early modern times to the late 20th century, demonstrates how this concept can be put into practice for a new, specifically contextual ...

Eventfulness in British Fiction 2010, de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston

ISBN-13: 9783110213645

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