Gerard genette's structuralism & literary criticism

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Gerard genette's structuralism & literary criticism

  1. 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. 2. “Structuralism is a way toexamines a literary text to arrive at their meaning ,rather than the actual meanings of the text themselves.”
  3. 3. ParoleLangueLanguage
  4. 4. Langue(language)Synchronic(systematic Diachronic (historical dimension) or temporal dimension
  5. 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. 6. Roland BarthesGerard Structuralist TzvetanGenette Critics Todorov Julia Kristeva
  7. 7. Mimetic Criticism Structuralism Opposes Expressive Criticism Structuralism ReaderAuthor
  8. 8. PhilosophyLiterature Other Science of humanity
  9. 9. Narratology ContentDiscourse Genette Grammars analyzed Logics Semiotics
  10. 10. Histoire Recite Story Narrative NarrationNarrating
  11. 11. Narrative Verbal DiscourseTense Mood Voice
  12. 12. Analepsis FlashbackProlepsis Flash-forwardDiegesis FellingMimesis Scene
  13. 13.  Mode & Theoretical Who sees? ( Voice separation the localizer) Who tales ? (the narrative instance)

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