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Redigeret af Per Krogh Hansen, Henrik Skov Nielsen, Stine Slot Grumsen, Rikke Andersen Kraglund

kr. 225,00   

ISBN 978-87-7332-308-3, 170 sider, Paperback, 2017.

In decades, literary critics have raised questions about how to interpret authorial intention and how to understand the reader’s participation in the construction of the text’s meaning. How connected are writing and reading? Why do readers respond differently to the literary signs? Does the reading depend on the reader’s

own experiences, individual feelings, personal associations or on conventions of reading, interpretive communities and cultural conditions? This volume brings together narrative theory, fictionality theory and speech act theory to address such questions of expectations and intentionality in relation to narrative and fiction.

This book is vol. 5 of the series 'Writings from the Center for Narratological Studies, University of Southern Denmark.'

Also available as eBook: Expectations [eBook]

Side 10 - Michael Toolan: »How Alice Munro Ends »Passion«: Closure, but Not as We Expected it«
Side 28 - Per Krogh Hansen: »The Dynamics of Unreliable Narration: Implicit and Omitted Authors, Double Narratees and Constructive Readers in First Person Unreliable Narration«
Side 54 - Henrik Skov Nielsen: »Will and Counter-will: Psychology, Religion, Literature, and Sports«
Side 72 - Simona Zetterberg Gjerlevsen: »How to Do Things with Fictionality: Approaching Fictionality Through Speech Act Theory«
Side 98 - Jakob Lothe: »Narrative Beginnings and Expectations in Testimony and Fiction: Primo Levi Compared to Samuel Steinmann and W. G. Sebald «
Side 118 - Jon Helt Haarder: »A Story We Are Part of: Introducing Performative Biographism by way of reading Karl Ove Knausgård’s My Struggle (and Vice Versa)«
Side 144 - Lars-Åke Skalin: »Appreciating Literary Stories: Expectation Schemata and the Artwork as Performance«