Table of contents for Handbook of narrative analysis / written and translated by Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck.

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<h2>Contents</h2>
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
	1. Traditional Questions	000
	2. New Questions	000
Chapter 1. Before and Surrounding Structuralism	000
1. Story and Plot	000
2. Telling and Showing	000
3. Author and Narrator	000
4. Narrator and Reader	000
5. Consciousness and Speech	000
6. Perception and Speech	000
Chapter 2. Structuralism	000
1. Story	000
1.1. Events	000
1.2. Actant	000
1.3. Setting	000
2. Narrative	000
2.1. Time	000
2.2. Characterization	000
2.3. Focalization	000
3. Narration	000
3.1. Narrating	000
3.2. Consciousness Representation	000
Chapter 3. Post-Classical Narratology	000
1. Postmodern Narratology	000
2. Narratology and Ideology	000
2.1. Ethics	000
2.2. Gender	000
3. Narratology and Possible Worlds	000
4. Narratology and the Reader	000
Appendix A. "Pegasian" by Charlotte Mutsaers	000
Appendix B. "The Map" by Gerrit Krol	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Narration (Rhetoric).