Literatura engleza - Curs practic de naratologie

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SECTION 1. Representational Patterns in Fictional Discourse
1.1. Literature and Reality
The relation between fiction and reality - or rather the illusion of reality
- has played a central role in understanding and defining literature
throughout its entire history. That is why, this relation - usually referred to as mimesis - has been openly acknowledged as a key issue. Yet paradoxically, theorists and writers cannot seem to agree upon a "unanimously accepted" perception of it. Different literary trends and schools of literary criticism have given it varied and contradictory interpretations. To trace them all back throughout the history of literature and of literary criticism, respectively, is not, however, the main goal of this practical course. Consequently, the further discussion will be limited to the presentation of the key issues related to mimesis that enhance our understanding of the mechanisms of representation in fiction.
Narrative and stylistic
patterns in the
eighteenth-century novel
(Practical Course in English Literature
for 2nd year students)
Course tutor:
Associate Professor Gabriela Iuliana Colipca, PhD
Table of Contents
Narrative and Stylistic Patterns in the Eighteenth-century Novel 3
1. Representational Patterns in Fictional Discourse 5
1.1. Literature and Reality 5
1.2. Realism: A Literary Trend and/or a Mode of Discourse 7
1.3. Practical Applications (1) 8
2. Introduction to Narratology 11
2.1. Gerard Genette's Theory of Narrative Discourse 11
2.1.1. Tense: Order. Duration. Frequency 12
2.1.2. Mood: Distance. Narrative Perspective 13
2.1.3. Voice: Time of the Narrating. Narrative Levels. "Person" 16
2.2. Wayne Booth and The Rhetoric of Fiction 19
2.3. Practical Applications (2) 20
3. Style in Fiction 25
3.1. Speech and Character 25
3.1.1. Realism in Conversation 25
3.1.2. Dialect and Idiolect 26
3.2. Narrative and Stylistic Structures 26
3.2.1. Fictional Sequencing 27
3.2.2. Descriptive Focus 27
3.2.3. Fictional and Discoursal Points of View 28
3.2.4. Irony. Tone. Distance 29
3.2.5. Narrators and Discourse Situations 29
3.3. The Rhetoric of the Text 31
3.3.1. Coordination and Subordination 31
3.3.2. Addresser-based Rhetoric. Writing Imitating Speech 33
3.3.3. Iconicity: The Imitation Principle 33
3.3.4. Cohesion 34
3.4. Practical Applications (3) 35
4. Representations of Reality in the Eighteenth-century English
Novel. Practical Applications (4) 39
4.1. Daniel Defoe, The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll
Flanders 39
4.2. Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels 40
4.3. Henry Fielding, The History of the Adventures of Joseph
Andrews and of His Friend Mr. Abraham Adams 41
4.4. Henry Fielding, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling 44
4.5. Tobias George Smollett, The Adventures of Roderick Random 45
4.6. Tobias George Smollett, Ferdinand Count Fathom 46
4.7. Tobias George Smollett, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker 49
4.8. Samuel Richardson, Clarissa: or, The History of a Young Lady 51
4.9. Laurence Sterne, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy,
Gentleman 54
4.10. Laurence Sterne, A Sentimental Journey through France and
Italy by Mr. Yorick 57
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