Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to narrative / edited by David Herman.

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Contents
List of illustrations 9
Notes on contributors 10
Acknowledgments 19
Part 1. Preliminaries 23
1 Introduction
David Herman 24
2 Toward a definition of narrative
Marie-Laure Ryan 66
Part 2. Studying narrative fiction: a starter-kit 95
3 Story, plot, and narration
H. Porter Abbott 96
4 Time and space
Teresa Bridgeman 124
5 Character
Uri Margolin 154
6 Dialogue
Bronwen Thomas 183
7 Focalization
Manfred Jahn 212
8 Genre
Heta Pyrh¿onen 242
Part 3. Other narrative media (a selection) 273
9 Conversational storytelling
Neal R. Norrick 274
10 Drama and narrative
Brian Richardson 306
11 Film and television narrative
Jason Mittell 336
12 Narrative and digital media
Nick Montfort 365
Part 4. Further contexts for narrative study 395
13 Gender
Ruth Page 396
14 Rhetoric/ethics
James Phelan 426
15 Ideology
Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck 455
16 Language
Michael Toolan 484
17 Cognition, emotion, and consciousness
David Herman 511
18 Identity/alterity
Monika Fludernik 543
Glossary 573
Further reading 595
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Narration (Rhetoric).