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Experiencing Fictional Worlds

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Experiencing Fictional Worlds
シリーズ名 Linguistic Approaches to Literature, 32
著者・編者 Neurohr, B. & Stewart-Shaw, L.
出版社/発行元 John Benjamins Publishing Company
発行年/月 2019年2月   
装丁 Hardcover
ページ数/巻数 223 ページ
ISBN 978-90-272-0201-7
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Experiencing Fictional Worlds is not only the title of this book, but a challenge to reveal exactly what makes the “experience” of literature. This volume presents contributions drawing upon a range of theories and frameworks based on the text-as-world metaphor. This text-world approach is fruitfully applied to a wide variety of text types, from poetry to genre-specific prose to children’s story-books.

This book investigates how fictional worlds are built and updated, how context affects the conceptualisation of text-worlds, and how emotions are elicited in these processes. The diverse analyses of this volume apply and develop approaches such as Text World Theory, reader-response studies, and pedagogical stylistics, among other broader cognitive and linguistic frameworks. Experiencing Fictional Worlds aligns with other cutting-edge research on language conceptualisation in fields including cognitive linguistics, stylistics, narratology, and literary criticism. This volume will be relevant to anyone with interests in language and literature.

 

Contents:

 

Chapter 1. Introduction

Part 1. Foundations of fictional worlds
Chapter 2. Immersion and emergence in children’s literature
Chapter 3. A predictive coding approach to Text World Theory
Chapter 4. World-building as cognitive feedback loop

Part 2. Forming fictional worlds
Chapter 5. Experiencing horrible worlds
Chapter 6. Framing the narrative: The “fictive publisher” as a bridge builder between intra- and extratextual world
Chapter 7. Constructing inferiority through comic characterisation: Self-deprecating humour and cringe comedy in High Fidelity and Bridget Jones’s Diary
Chapter 8. Cognitive grammar and reconstrual: Re-experiencing Margaret Atwood’s “The Freeze-Dried Groom”

Part 3. Fictional worlds in context
Chapter 9. Immersive reading and the unnatural text-worlds of “Dead Fish”
Chapter 10. Experiencing literature in the poetry classroom
Chapter 11. Sharing fiction: A text-world approach to storytime
Chapter 12. Afterword

 

  

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