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Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism
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Paper.7.Structuralism Criticism

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  • 1. Name: Vaghela Sejal Pareshbhai. No. 29 Paper No.7 Paper Name: Literary Criticism Submitted to: Department of English Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University.
  • 2. What is Structuralism ?  Structuralism is the name given to Saussure’s approach to language as a system of Relationship,  But it is applied also to the Study of philosophy, Literature and other Sciences of humanity.
  • 3. “It can be therefore be metaliterature, that is to say, 'a literature of which literature is the imposed object’.”
  • 4.  Order  Frequency  Duration  Voice  Mood
  • 5.  Say a story is as follows: › A murder Occurs › Then the circumstances of the murder are revealed to a detective › Finally the murderer is caught.
  • 6.  The separation between an event and its narration allows several possibilities.  An event can occur n times and be narrated once.  An event can Occur once and be narrated once.  An event can Occur once and be narrated n times.  An event can Occur n times and be , narrated n times.
  • 7.  The separation between an event and its narration  These are the two main elements of duration:  Discourse time  “Five years passed” is the lengthy Discourse time.  Narrative time  Five years is a short narrative time.
  • 8.  Voice is concerned with who narrates and from where. › Where the narration is form  Intra-diegetic: inside the text  Extra diegetic: Outside the text
  • 9.  Is the narrator a character in the story?  Hetero-diegetic: The narrator is not a character in the story.  Homo-diegetic: The narrator is a character in the story
  • 10.  Narrative mood is depend on the ‘DISTANCE’ and ‘PERSPECTIVE’ of the narrator.  Like Music, narrative mood has predominant patterns.  It is related to voice. › Distance of the narrator changes with narrated speech, transposed and reported speech. › Perspective of the narrator is called focalization.  Narratives can be non-focalized.

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