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  • Unnatural Narratives - Unnatural Narratologyby Jan Alber; Rüdiger Heinze

    De Gruyter 2011; US$ 168.00

    The study of unnatural narrativeshas become an important, but still disparate new research program in narrative theory. This collection of essays presentsand discusses the new analytical tools that have so far been developed on the basis of unnatural novels, short stories, and plays and extends these findings through analyses of testimonies, comics,... more...

  • Why Study Literature?by Stefan Iversen; Henrik Skov Nielsen; Jan Alber

    Aarhus University Press 2011; US$ 26.39

    The book presents new ways of thinking about the historical, epistemological and institutional role of literature. It aims at providing a theoretically well-founded basis for what might otherwise be considered a relatively unfounded historical fact, i.e. the fact that the teaching of literature holds a privileged position in many educational institutions.... more...

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