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How literary worlds are shaped : a comparative poetics of literary imagination

Bo Pettersson author.

2016

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  • Title:
    How literary worlds are shaped : a comparative poetics of literary imagination
  • Author: Bo Pettersson author.
  • Description: 2 The Imaginative Uses of Mimesis 2.1 Mimesis as a Basis for Literature ; 2.2 The Range of Mimesis: Literary Imagination as Real and Fantastic ; 2.3 On the Interrelation between Mimesis and Genre ; 3 Kinds of Unreliability ; 3.1 From Mimesis to Deception
    3.2 Basic Features of Unreliability and How We Learn Them 3.3 Narratorial and Focal Unreliability: A Scale of Intentionality ; 3.4 Expositional and Combined: Exposition as Manipulation ; 4 The Shaping of Literary Worlds ; 4.1 The Imaginative Frame of Literary Imagination
    4.2 Literary World-Making: The Basics 4.3 Modes and Themes ; 4.4 Examples of Literary World-Making ; 5 Key Combinations: Figures and Narratives ; 5.1 Figures versus Narratives, Figures into Narratives ; 5.2 From Metaphor to Narrative to Allegory ; 5.3 Extended Metaphors in Novels
    6 Other Imaginative Inflections 6.1 Indirection in Fiction and Drama ; 6.2 Hypothetical Action in Poetry ; 6.3 Genres and Text Types, Their Hierarchies and Blends ; 7 How Literary Worlds Shape Us ; 7.1 Imagined Selves and Communities in Fiction and Beyond
    7.2 Origins of the Modern Hero
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Publisher: Berlin, Germany ; Boston, Massachusetts : De Gruyter
  • Format: 1 online resource (334 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 3-11-048493-5;ISBN 3-11-048631-8
  • Subjects: Imagination; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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