Factual Fictions: The Origins of the English Novel

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 29 de gen. 1997 - 245 pàgines
"Nowadays, most readers take the intersection between fiction and fact for granted. We've developed a faculty for pretending that even the most bizarre literary inventions are, for the nonce, real. . . . The value of Davis's book is that it explores the h
 

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Continguts

Toward a Methodology
1
Frame Context Prestructure
11
Liminality and Influence
25
Continuity Seriality and Ideology
71
Splitting the Discourse
85
Theories of Fiction in Early English Novels
102
Criminality and the Double Discourse
123
Embodiment
138
Lies as Truth
154
Politics and Fact
193
Ideology and the Novel
212
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Sobre l'autor (1997)

Lennard J. Davis is Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he also serves Professor of Disability and Human Development, in the School of Applied Health Sciences, as well as Professor of Medical Education, in the College of Medicine.

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