Gerard genette's structuralism & literary criticism

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  • 1.  Name:-Bhumi Vajani M.A.-1 Sem:-2 Roll No:-04 Paper:- 7 The Literary Theory &Criticism Topic:-Gerard Genette’ Structuralism & Literary Criticism Year:-2013 Submitted To:-Dr.Dilip Barad Dept Of English M.K. Bhavnagar Univercity
  • 2. “Structuralism is a way toexamines a literary text to arrive at their meaning ,rather than the actual meanings of the text themselves.”
  • 3. ParoleLangueLanguage
  • 4. Langue(language)Synchronic(systematic Diachronic (historical dimension) or temporal dimension
  • 5. “Structuralism Criticism conceivesliterature to be a second order signifyingsystem that uses the first-order structuresystem of language as it’s medium, and isit self to be analyzed primarily on themodel of linguistic theory .”
  • 6. Roland BarthesGerard Structuralist TzvetanGenette Critics Todorov Julia Kristeva
  • 7. Mimetic Criticism Structuralism Opposes Expressive Criticism Structuralism ReaderAuthor
  • 8. PhilosophyLiterature Other Science of humanity
  • 9. Narratology ContentDiscourse Genette Grammars analyzed Logics Semiotics
  • 10. Histoire Recite Story Narrative NarrationNarrating
  • 11. Narrative Verbal DiscourseTense Mood Voice
  • 12. Analepsis FlashbackProlepsis Flash-forwardDiegesis FellingMimesis Scene
  • 13.  Mode & Theoretical Who sees? ( Voice separation the localizer) Who tales ? (the narrative instance)