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Narrative
Book details:
Pages: 267
Rating: 3.53

Original Title Narrative (The New Critical Idiom)

ISBN 0415212634 (ISBN13: 9780415212632 )

Edition Language English

Series New Critical Idiom

Genres:
Nonfiction :: Writing :: Language :: Literary Criticism :: Criticism

Book description:

This comprehensive, accessible guidebook traces the ways in which human beings have used narrative to make sense of time, space and identity over the centuries. Particular attention is given to: * early narrative, from Hellenic and Hebraic * the rise of the novel * realist representation * imperialism and narrative * modernism and cinema * postmodern narrative * narrative and new technologies. With a strong emphasis on clarity and a range of examples from oral cultures to cyberspace, this is the ideal guide to an essential critical topic.




Book Authors:

Paul Cobley

Paul Cobley, Reader in Communications at London Metropolitan University, is an Executive Committee Member of the International Association for Semiotic Studies ( IASS ) , a member of the Semiotic Society of America and of the Media Communication and Cultural Studies Association ( MeCCSA ) . He is the writer of a figure of books, including The American Thriller ( 2000 ) and Narrative ( 2001 ) . He edited The Communication Theory Reader ( 1996 ) , The Routledge Companion to Semiotics and Linguistics ( 2001 ) , Communication Theories 4 vols. ( 2006 ) , and ( with Adam Briggs ) The Media: An Introduction 2nd edn ( 2001 ) ; he co-edits two diaries: Capable Matters and Social Semiotics and is associate editor of Cybernetics and Human Knowing ; he is series editor of Routledge Introductions to Media and Communications and is co-editor of the series Semiotics, Communication and Cognition ( Mouton de Gruyter ) . His new book, Contemporary Semiotics ( Mouton de Gruyter ) , will be published in 2009. He presently has two edited books in imperativeness, Realism for the twenty-first Century: A John Deely Reader ( University of Scranton Press ) and The Routledge Companion to Semiotics ( Routledge ) . A 3rd edition of The Media ( with Daniele Albertazzi ) will be published in 2009. Cobley’s research involvements lie chiefly in semiologies and include the work of Thomas A. Sebeok, biosemiotics, systems theory, subjectiveness, popular narrative and communicating theory. His recent work has attempted to do clear the cultural deductions of biosemiotics, partially through a ‘biosemiotic praxis’ affecting Modeling Systems Theory. hypertext transfer protocol: //www.semioticon.com/semiotix/se...
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Narrative Essay




Cobley has explained narrations runing from unwritten to written to publish to cinematic to radio to telecasting to internet. He has examined how every narrative theodolites from presentation to 're-presentation ' . Interconnected nomenclatures like 'realism ' , 'modernity ' , and 'postmodernism ' , are intricately explained with effectual illustrations. The text provides a robust apprehension of narrative in order to deconstruct any given text on the same term.
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