Table of contents for Narrative across media : the languages of storytelling / edited by Marie-Laure Ryan.

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Acknowledgments	000
	Marie-Laure Ryan	000
Part 1: Face-to-Face Narration	000
1. Toward a Transmedial Narratology
	David Herman	000
2. Frame and Boundary in the Phenomenology of Narrative
	Katharine Young	000
3. Gesture and the Poetics of Prose
	Justine Cassell and David McNeill	000
Part 2: Still Pictures	000
4. Pictorial Narrativity
	Wendy Steiner	000
5. Art Spiegelman's Maus and the Graphic Narrative
	Jeanne Ewert	000
Part 3: Moving Pictures	000
6. Neo-Structuralist Narratology and the Functions of Filmic Storytelling
	David Bordwell	000
7. Literary Film Adaptation and the Form/Content Dilemma
	Kamilla Elliott	000
8. Ordinary Horror on Reality tv
	Cynthia Freeland	000
Part 4: Music	000
9. Overview of the Music and Narrative Field	000
	Emma Kafalenos	000
10. Music as a Narrative Art
	Eero Tarasti	000
11. Music, Genre, and Narrative Theory
	Peter J. Rabinowitz	000
Part 5: Digital Media	000
12. Will New Media Produce New Narratives?
	Marie-Laure Ryan	000
13. Quest Games as Post-Narrative Discourse
	Espen Aarseth	000
14. The Myths of Interactive Cinema
	Peter Lunenfeld	000
Coda: Textual Theory and Blind Spots in Media Studies
	Liv Hausken	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Narration (Rhetoric)Mass media