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BODE
ISBN: 978-1-4051-9447-1
Paperback
312 pages
January 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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By subjecting established critical models and recent developments in the field to an original critique, The Novel provides readers with a lucid introduction to narrative theory. It reveals how narratological analysis is not an end in itself, but serves to deepen our understanding and enhance our enjoyment of literary works. Only by understanding how a novel technically "works" - or doesn't - can one truly appreciate its deeper "meaning." 

Reflecting on the rise of world literature, examples are drawn from Spanish, French, Italian, German, Scandinavian, and Russian novels for analysis or illustration - as well as works from English and American literature. Major chapters feature topics such as the handling of space and time in the novel, narrative situations, literary symbols, and gendering.

With its engaging blend of thoughtful analysis and deft insights, The Novel offers book lovers a powerful inducement to read unfamiliar novels - and to re-read those they do know.

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