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What is a narrative? What is narrative fiction? How does it differ from other kinds of narrative? What featuers turn a discourse into a narrative text? Now widely acknowledged as one of the most significant volumes in its field, Narrative Fiction turns its attention to these and other questions.

In contrast to many other studies, Narrative Fiction is organized arround issues - such as events, time, focalization, characterization, narration, the text and its reading - rather than individual theorists or approaches. Within this structure, Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan addresses key approaches to narrative fiction, including New Criticism, formlaism, structuralism and phenomenology, but also offers views of the modifications to these theroies. While presenting an analysis of the system governing all fictional narratives, whether in the form of novel, short story or narrative poem, she also suggests how individual narratives can be studied against the background of this general system. A broad range of literary examples illustrate key aspects of the study.

This edition is brought fully up-to-date with an invaluable new chapter, reflecting on recent developments in narratology. Readers are also directed to key recent works in the field. These additions to a classic text ensure that Narrative Fiction will remain the ideal starting point for anyone new to narrative theory.

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Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her most recent publications include A Glance Beyond Doubt: Narration, Representation, Subjectivity and Re-Reading Texts: Re-Thinking Critical Presuppositions. Her current projects concerns the concepts or narrative in different desciplines (psychoanalysis, historiography, legal studies and the medical humanities).

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Un must have pour les étudiant littéraire. Tout les concepts narratologiques y sont expliqués impeccablement avec renforts d'exemple. Une bonne base de narratologie.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly recommended! 28 juillet 2013
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This is an excellent introduction to Narratology. Rimmon-Kenan approaches the key concepts and problems of the field with balance and clarity. The text is very well written, concise, and surprisingly thorough for such a diminutive text. If you are even remotely interested, I would strongly recommend buying it. If you are really interested, complement this text with a copy of Mieke Bal's Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative. Although the two texts cover essentially the same ground, they shine a great deal more light on the topics together than they do separately.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A great resource for narratology students 14 mars 2011
Par Anne M. Canavan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this as a resource for my dissertation on narrator theory, and this is one of the clearer resources available on the topic. This is well-organized and one of the common references for contemporary studies on narratological theory.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Old but still good introduction to narratology 23 octobre 1999
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This is a useful introduction to narratology. It is ordered according to Genette's tripartite division into Text, Narration and Story. However, sometimes the same terms are explained in more than one of these fields, causing confusion (for example: characterization). A further and more serious cause of confusion is the treatment of very different schools of analysis, such as Propp and Levi-Strauss, that have very little in common with Genette. In this way the Genettian division makes no sense, and this book would be better served if it would limit its scope to one approach instead of taking them all aboard. The discussion of Genette and related scholars (Prince, Chatman, the Tel Aviv poeticians) itself is quite excellent. That would be worth four stars, but because the book was never updated since its original publication in 1983, it is marked down by one. The bibliography gives a splendid account of all the work done up to 1983, stressing the most important publications with an asterisk.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Introduction to Narratology 22 mai 2000
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Rimmon-Kenan's introduction to narratology possesses that rare quality of clarity and simplicity which lulls the reader into believing that he or she actually intuited it all beforehand. In a field as theoretical and complex as narratology, such an introduction is a gem. Beware of chapter 2, though. It delves too deeply into structuralism without clarifying sufficiently the terms that convey its concepts. In fact, Rimmon-Kenan herself did not entirely write this chapter. She relied "heavily on a draft prepared by" an early collaborator on the book, Moshe Ron, who then had to retire from the project. Rimmon-Kenan says that "the general conception, the substance, the order of the items, and the style have undergone serious changes, so that...Ron can no longer be held responsible for the weaknesses" (p. 134 n. 1). The sharp contrast in style with the rest of the book-for the worse-testifies to the overlaid character of this chapter and makes one wish she had rewritten it from scratch. Still, the book provides a fine introduction even without that chapter. The selectively annotated, refreshingly brief but substantive bibliography offers a rare treat.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A unified theory of narrative? 14 octobre 2000
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Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan provides a very readable synthesis of approaches to narrative fiction, one of the most useful books on narratology I know. It is shorter than Toolan's "Narrative", less fragmented than "Narratology: An Introduction", but at the time of this writing, it is also less available than either of the other titles.
The only other book I know that does such a good job in combining different approaches to narrative is Seymour Chatman's "Story and Discourse". Of course, unlike Chatman, Rimmon-Kenan focuses on written narratives (Chatman also deals with film narratives), but much of what is said can be applied to films as well.
Sections include: events, characters, time, characterization, focalization, levels and voices, and speech representation.
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