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Some narratologists insist on the fact that a narrative cannot do without a narrator that has to be distinguished from the real author. Indeed, the narrator is considered as that mediating agency whose task is to prepare the reader’s entrance to the diege... see more

The article reveals and compares the receptions of stoicism in the world literature of the late 19th - first half of the 20th century. It enables to trace the transformation of its narrative images. The analisys is based on the works of A.P. Chekhov, L. N... see more

Antoine Volodine is reputed for inventing new forms in the French literature at the turn of XX–XXI centuries. Our study is dedicated to Volodine’s narrative structure, i.e. the stratification of narrative instances, the depersonalization of narrator and c... see more

The primary aim of the article is to gain a better understanding of narrative unreliability as a literary device in reception perspective. While previous studies have focused mainly on textual incongruities, argued for an encoded strategy on the part of t... see more

The study was conducted to see whether or not there was a significant improvement in reading narrative comprehension achievement between the students who were taught by using Story Mapping and those who were taught by Guided Reading, to know what the stud... see more

In this collaborative Classroom Action Research (CAR), the researcher tries to analyze andovercome the problem of writing narrative text facing by the eightgrade students of JuniorHigh School. Many students have problem in writing narrative text, especial... see more

ISIS recruits on a 24/7 basis in over 21 languages over the Internet using videos, memes, tweets and other social media postings and swarming in on anyone that retweets, likes or endorses their materials to try to seduce them into the group.  Their u... see more

This article uses the stigmatized vernacular (Goldstein & Shuman, 2012) as a conceptual framework for examining the public construction and reception of women’s illness narratives. I begin by making the case that personal illness narratives – a genre that... see more

In the propagation and spread of Buddhism throughout Asia, jataka and avadana narratives played a decisive role, both in the form of texts and iconographical representations. In this paper I will focus on another set of narratives which enj... see more

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