Digicampus
Exercises: Narrative Analysis - Details
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General information

Semester SS 2022
Current number of participants 7
maximum number of participants 25
Home institute Englische Literaturwissenschaft
participating institutes ZZZ_Literaturwissenschaft (Anglistik/Amerikanistik)
Courses type Exercises in category Teaching
Next date Thu , 30.06.2022 15:45 - 17:15, Room: (D 1003)
Learning organization regular attendance, short presentation, final exam
Performance record Portfolio
Online/Digitale Veranstaltung Veranstaltung wird in Präsenz abgehalten.
Hauptunterrichtssprache englisch
Literaturhinweise A reader with assorted texts will be provided on Digicampus.
ECTS points 2-4

Course location / Course dates

(D 1003) Thursday: 15:45 - 17:15, weekly (11x)

Module assignments

Comment/Description

This course aims to introduce central principles of narrative analysis and deepen students’ knowledge of these categories.
Key areas are:
- Narrative situation (Who speaks? Who perceives?)
- Strategies of rendering consciousness in narrative
- Time and space in narrative
- Unreliability
The basic framework will be provided by Gérard Genette’s structuralist model of narratology (which we will compare against Franz K. Stanzel’s triadic model of narrative situations), but where appropriate other relevant narratological theories will be introduced.
Besides reading and discussing the theoretical foundations of narrative analysis, there will be a focus on applying the analytical tools provided by narratology, which means students will get ample opportunities to practise their newly gained knowledge. The analytic framework this course seeks to trace is fundamental for a profound understanding of all narrative fiction and is therefore essential both with regard to writing term papers on prose texts and with regard to the analytical skills required in the state exam.
Narrative Analysis is one of the five major areas relevant to literary studies (prose, drama, poetry, film, and literary theory) and is usually offered once every year. Students are advised to have attended all analysis courses before registering for their final exams.

A reader with select texts (primary and secondary) will be made available.

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The course is part of admission "ALW/ELW/NELK: Aufbaumodul BA/LA: Ü".
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