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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Narrative (Journal)




Vol. 1
Scholes, Robert and Comley, Nancy R. "Responsible Extravagance: Reading after Post-Structuralism."Narrative 1.1 (1993): 3-11.*

Friedman, Susan Stanford. "Spatialization: A Strategy for Reading Narrative." Narrative 1.1 (1993): 12-23. *

Saldívar, Ramón. "Lyrical Borders: Modernity, The Nation and Narratives of Chicano Subject Formation." Narrative 1.1 (1993): 36-44.*

McKeon, Michael. "Reply to Ralph Rader." Narrative 1.1 (1993): 84-90.*

Goellner, Ellen "By Word of Mouth: Narrative Dynamics of Gossip in Faulkner's Light in August." Narrative 1.2 (1993): 105-123.*

Irele, Abiola. "Narrative, History, and The African Imagination." Narrative 1.2 (1993): 156-172.*

Rader, Ralph W. "The Novel and History Once More: A Response to Michael McKeon's 'Reply'." Narrative 1.2 (1993): 173-183.*
Moddelmog, Debra A. "Reconstructing Hemingway's Identity: Sexual Politics, the Author, and the Multicultural Classroom."Narrative 1.3 (1993): 187-206.*

O'Toole, Tess. (McGill U, Canada). "Genealogy and Narrative Jamming in Hardy´s The Well-Beloved." Narrative 1.3 (1993): 207-222. *

Linda Wagner-Martin, Linda. "Notes from a Women´s Biographer. Narrative 1.3 (1994): 265-273.*


Vol. 2 (1994)
Homans, Margaret. "Feminist Fictions and Feminist Theories of Narrative." Narrative 2.1 (1994): 3-16.*

Cohen, Keith. "Unweaving Puig's Spider Woman: Ecphrasis and Narration."Narrative 2.1 (1994): 17-28.*

Mortimer, Armine Kotin. "Fortifications of Desire: Reading the Second Story in Katherine Mansfield's 'Bliss.'" Narrative 2.1 (1994): 41-52.*

Lenrow, Elbert. "Memoir: The Young Kerouac." Narrative 2.1 (1994): 65-86.*

Langland, Elizabeth. "Inventing Reality: The Ideological Commitments of George Eliot's Middlemarch." Narrative 2.2: 87-111.*

Rushdy, Ashraf H.A. "Ishmael Reed's Neo-HooDoo Slave Narrative." Narrative 2.2: 112-139.*

Newsom, Robert. "Fear of Fictions." Narrative 2.2: 140-151.*

Walton, Kendall. "Duality Without Paradox: Response to Robert Newsom." Narrative 2.2: 152-158.*

Newsom, Robert. "Doing Duality Once More." Narrative 2.2: 159-162.*

Rabinowitz, Peter. "Betraying the Sender: The Rhetoric and Ethics of Fragile Texts." Narrative 2 (1994): 201-13.

D'Souza, Dinesh. "Response." Narrative 2.3 (1994): 268-269.*

Vol. 3 (1995)
Berry, R. M. "What is a Narrative Convention? (Wittgenstein, Stanley Cavell and Literary Criticism)." Narrative 3.1: 18-32.

Gregory, Marshall. "The Sound of Story: Narrative, Memory, and Selfhood." Narrative 3.1: 33-56.*

Lanser, Susan Sniader. "Sexing the Narrative: Propriety, Desire, and the Engendering of Narratology." Narrative 3.1 (1995): 85-94.

Kafalenos, Emma. "Lingering Along the Narrative Path: Extended Functions in Kafka and Henry James." Narrative 3.2: 117-138*

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Gazing in Edith Wharton's 'Looking Glass'." Narrative 3.2: 139-160.*

Doyle, Laura. "The Folk, the Nobles, and the Novel: The Racial Subtext of Sentimentality." Narrative 3.2: 161-187.*


Heehs, Peter. "Narrative Painting and Narratives about Paintings: Poussin among the Philosophers." Narrative 3.3: 211-231.*

Downing, David B. and James J. Sosnoski. "Working with Narrative Zones in a Postdisciplinary Pedagogy." Narrative 3.3: 271-286.*

Downing, David B. and James J. Sosnoski. "Multivalent Narrative Zones." Narrative 3.3: 294-302.*

Chatman, Seymour. "How Loose Can Narrators Get? (And How Vulnerable Can Narratees Be?)." Narrative 3.3: 303-306.*




Vol. 4 (1996)
Michaels, Walter Benn. "'You who never was there'; Slavery and the New Historicism, Deconstruction and the Holocaust." Narrative 4.1 (January 1996): 1-16.*


Vol. 5 (1997)
Langland, Elizabeth. "Sexing the Text: Narrative Drag as Feminist Poetics and Politics in Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Cherry ." Narrative 5.1 (January 1997): 99-108.*


Vol. 6 (1998)
Allen, Chadwick. "Blood as Narrative/Narrative as Blood: Declaring a Fourth World." Narrative 6.3 (October 1998): 236-255.

Albrinck, Meg. "Borderline Women: Gender Confusion in Vera Brittain's and the Evadne Price's War Narrative." Narrative 6.3 (October 1998): 271-291.



Vol. 8 (2000)
Abbott, H. Porter. "The Evolutionary Origins of the Storied Mind: Modeling the Prehistory of Narrative Consciousness and Its Discontents." Narrative 8 (2000): 247-256.*
Vol. 9 (2001)
Herman, David. "Story Logic in Conversational and Literary Narratives." Narrative 9.2 (2001): 130-37.

Kafalenos, Emma. "Reading Visual Art, Making—and Forgetting—Fabulas." Narrative 9.2 (2001): 138-45.




Vol. 10 (2002)
Rimmon-Kenan, Shlomith. "The Story of ‘I’: Illness and Narrative Identity." Narrative 10.1 (2002): 9-27.

Palmer, Alan. "The Construction of Fictional Minds." Narrative 10.1 (2002): 28-46.



http://muse.jhu.edu/demo/narrative/v010/10.1palmer.html

2007


Margolin, Uri. "Naming and Believing: Practices of the Proper Name in Narrative Fiction." Narrative 10 (2002): 107-127.
Vol. 11 (2003)
Olson, Greta. "Reconsidering Unreliability: Fallible and Untrustworthy Narrators." Narrative 11.1 (2003): 93-109.
Zunshine, Lisa. "Theory of Mind and Experimental Representations of Fictional Consciousness." Narrative 11.3 (Oct. 2003): 270-91.


Vol. 12 (2004)
Culler, Jonathan. "Omniscience." Narrative 12.1 (January 2004): 22-34.

Nielsen, Henrik Skov. "The Impersonal Voice in First-Person Narrative Fiction" Narrative 12 (2004): 133-50.



Vol. 13 (2005)
Richter, David. "Your Cheatin' Art: Double Dealing in Cinematic Narrative." Narrative 13.1 (January 2005): 11-28.


Vol. 14 (2006)
Ryan, Marie-Laure. "Semantics, Pragmatics, and Narrativity." Narrative 14.2 (2006): 188–96.

Keen, Suzanne. "A Theory of Narrative Empathy." Narrative 14.3 (2006): 207-36.

Baetens, Jan and Katherine Hume. "Speed, Rhythm, Movement: A Dialogue on K. Hume's Article 'Narrative Speed.'" Narrative 14 (2006): 349-55.

Vol. 15 (2007)
Foster, G. "Freud, Faulkner, Caruth: Trauma and The Politics of Literary Form." Narrative 15.3 (2007): 259-285.

Herman, David. "Storytelling and the Sciences of Mind: Cognitive Narratology, Discursive Psychology, and Narratives in Face-to-Face Interaction." Narrative 15.3 (2007): 306-34.




Vol. 16 (2008)
Drucker, Johanna. "Graphic Devices: Narration and Navigation." Narrative 16.2 (May 2008): 121-39.*

Kim, Sue J. "Narrator, Author, Reader: Equivocation in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee." Narrative 16.2 (May 2008): 163-77.*

Ferriss, Lucy. "Uncle Charles Repairs to the A&P: Changes in Voice in the Recent American Short Story." Narrative 16.2 (May 2008): 178-92.*
Drucker, Johanna. "Graphic Devices: Narration and Navigation." Narrative 16.2 (May 2008): 121-39.*

Heinze, Rüdiger. "Violations of Mimetic Epistemology in First-Person Narrative Fiction." Narrative 16.3 (Oct. 2008): 279-97.*

Morgan, Monique R. "Narrative Means to Lyric Ends in Wordsworth's Prelude." Narrative 16.3 (Oct. 2008): 298-330.*
Vol. 17 (2009)
McHale, Brian. "Beginning to Think about Narrative in Poetry." Narrative 17.1 (Jan. 2009): 11-30.*

Chatman, Seymour. "Backwards." Narrative 17.1 (2009): 31-55.*

Briefel, Aviva. (Associate Prof. of English, Bowdoin College)."What Some Ghosts Don't Know: Spectral Incognizance and the Horror Film." Narrative 17.1 (Jan. 2009): 95-110.*

"Narrative Interest as Cultural Negotiation." Narrative 17.1 (Jan. 2009): 111-29.*

Dawson, Paul. "The Return of Omniscience in Contemporary Fiction." Narrative 17.2 (May 2009): 143-161.

Grishakova, Marina. "Beyond the Frame: Cognitive Science, Common Sense and Fiction." Narrative 17.2 (May 2009): 188-99.*



Vol. 18 (2010)
Pier, John. "Gérard Genette's Evolving Narrative Poetics." Narrative 18.1 (Jan. 2010): 8-18.*

Shapira, Yael. "Hairball Speaks: Margaret Atwood and the Narrative Legacy of the Female Grotesque." Narrative 18.1 (Jan. 2010): 51-72.*

Alber, Jan, Stefan Iversen, Henrik Skov Nielsen and Brian Richardson. "Unnatural Narratives, Unnatural Narratology: Beyond Mimetic Models." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 113-36.*

Haffey, Kate. (gs U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). "Exquisite Moments and the Temporality of the Kiss in Mrs. Dalloway and The Hours." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 137-62.*

Goodman, Lesley. (gs Harvard U). "Rebellious Identification, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Arabella." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 163-78.*

Borg, Ruben. (Hebrew U, Jerusalem). "Between Fact and Fiction: The Nature of Events in Joyce and Beckett." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 179-98.*

Effron, Malcah. (Woman, Newcastle U, England). "On the Borders of the Page, on the Borders of Genre: Artificial Paratexts in Golden Age Detective Fiction." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 199-219.* (S. S. Van Dine, Carter Dickson and Edmund Crispin, pseudonymous authors).

Petit, Laurence. (Woman, U Paul Valéry-Montpellier 3). "'Specters of Kath': Negatives and Negativity in Penelope Lively's The Photograph." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 220-28.*

Belling, Catherine (Assistant Professor of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, Northwestern U, Feinberg School of Medicine). "Narrating Oncogenesis: The Problem of Telling when Cancer Begins." Narrative 18.2 (May 2010): 229-47.*

Hite, Molly (Cornell U). "Tonal Cues and Uncertain Values: Affect and Ethics in Mrs. Dalloway." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 249-75.*

Bernaerts, Lars. (Ghent U). "Interactions in Cuckoo's Nest: Elements of a Narrative Speech-Act Analysis." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 276-99.*

Bennett, Ashly. (gs Cornell U). "Shameful Signification: Narrative and Feeling in Jane Eyre." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 300-23.*

Benford, Cecilia. (Duke U). "'Listen to My Tale': Multilevel Structure, Narrative Sense Making, and the Inassimilable in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 324-46.*

Hentea, Marius. "The Forms and Functions of Back Story in the Novel." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 347-66.*

Lang, Anouk. "'The Status Is Not Quo!': Pursuing Resolution in Web-Disseminated Serial Narrative." Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 367-81.*
Vol. 19 (2011)
Friedman, Susan Stanford. (Virginia Woolf Professor of English and Women's Studies, U of Wisconsin-Madison; 2010 Wayne C. Booth Lifetime Achievement Award). "Towards a Transnational Turn in Narrative Theory: Literary Narratives, Traveling Tropes, and the Case of Virginia Woolf and the Tagores." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 1-32.*

Charon, Rita. (General internist and narratologist, Columbia U, founder of the Program in Narrative Medicine). "The Novelization of the Body, or, How Medicine and Stories Need One Another." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 33-50.*

Halpern, Faye. (Assistant Professor of English, U of Calgary). "Unmasking Criticism: The Problem with Being a Good Reader of Sentimental Rhetoric." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 51-71.*

Walsh, Richard. (Senior Lecturer in English and Related Literature, U of York). "Emergent Narrativity in Interactive Media." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 72-85.*

Muth, Katie R. (Washington U, St Louis, Ph.D. 2010). "Postmodern Fiction as Poststructuralist Theory: Kathy Acker's Blood and Guts in High School." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 86-110.*

MacLeod, Lewis. (Trent U). "'A Documentary-Style Film': Borat and the Fiction/Nonfiction Question." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 111-32. (Sacha Baron-Cohen).

Gosselin, Abigail. (Regis U, Denver, CO). "Memoirs as Mirrors: Counterstories in Contemporary Memoir." Narrative 19.1 (Jan. 2011): 133-48.*

Young, Kay. "The Aesthetics of Elegance and Extravagance in Science and Art." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 149-70.*

Ryan, Marie-Laure. "Narrative/Science Entanglements: On the Thousand and One Literary Lives of Schrödinger's Cat." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 171-86.*

Abbott, H. Porter. "Time, Narrative, Life, Death, & Text-Type Distinctions: The Example of Coetzee's Diary of a Bad Year." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 187-200.*

Rabinowitz, Peter J. "'The Impossible Has a Way of Passing Unnoticed': Reading Science in Fiction." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 201-15.*

Journet, Debra. "George C. Williams, Kenneth Burke, and 'The Goal of the Fox': Or, Genes, Organisms, and the Agents of Natural Selection." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 216-28.*

Demastes, William W. "Portrait of an Artist as Proto-Chaotician: Tom Stoppard Working His Way to Arcadia." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 229-40.*

Storm, William. "On the Science of Dramatic Character." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 241-52.*

Brody, Alan. "Operation Epsilon: Science, History, and Theatrical Narrative." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 253-57.*

Weinberg, David. "From the Big Bang to Island Universe: Anatomy of a Collaboration." Narrative 19.2 (May 2011): 258-72. (Josiah McElheny, sculptor).

Matz, Jesse. (Professor of English, Kenyon College). "The Art of Time, Theory to Practice." Narrative 19.3 (Oct. 2011): 273-94.*

Turk, Tisha. (Assistant Prof. of English U of Minnesota, Morris). "Intertextuality and the Collaborative Construction of Narrative: J. M. Coetzee's Foe." Narrative 19.3 (Oct. 2011): 295-310.*

Bell, Alice (Senior Lect. in English Language and Literature, Humanities Dept., Sheffield Hallam U), and Astrid Ensslin. (Senior Lect. in Digital Humanities, School of Creative Studies and Media, Bangor U, Wales). "'I Know What It Was. You Know What It Was': Second-person Narration in Hypertext Fiction." Narrative 19.3 (Oct. 2011): 311-29.*

Horstkotte, Silke (U of Leipzig) and Nancy Pedri (Assoc. Prof. of English, Memorial U of Newfoundland). "Focalization in Graphic Narrative." Narrative 19.3 (Oct. 2011): 330-57.*

Anderst, Leah. (Marymount Manhattan College, Ph.D. City U of New York). "Cinematic Free Indirect Style: Represented Memory in Hiroshima mon amour." Narrative 19.3 (Oct. 2011): 358-82.*


Vol. 20 (2012)
Rothberg, Michael. "Progress, Progression, Procession: William Kentridge and the Narratology of Transitional Justice." Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 1-24.* (Illustrator).

Hogan, Patrick Colm. "The Multiplicity of Implied Authors and the Complex Case of Uncle Tom's Cabin." Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 25-42.*

Hoffman, Anne Golomb (Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Fordham U). "The Body of the Child, the Body of the Land: Trauma and Nachträglichkeit in Daivd Grossman's To the End of the Land." Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 43-63.*

Schleifer, Ronald. (Professor of English and Adjunct Professor of Medicine, U of Oklahoma). "Narrative Knowledge, Phronesis, and Paradigm-Based Medicine." Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 64-86.*

Nelles, William. (Professor of English, U of Massachusetts, Dartmouth). "Microfiction: What Makes a Very Short Story Very Short?" Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 87-104.*

Cohn, Dorrit. "Metalepsis and Mise en Abyme." Trans. Lewis S. Gleih. Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 105-14.*

McHale, Brian. "Transparent Minds Revisited." Narrative 20.1 (2012): 115-24.*

Carrard, Philippe. "The Distinction of Historiography: Dorrit Cohn and Referential Discourse." Narrative 20.1 (Jan. 2012): 125-31.*


Narrative 20.2 (May 2012). Special issue on Alice Munro's Passion.

Lohafer, Susan. "Preface." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 133-34.*

Winther, Per, Michael Trussler, Michael Toolan, Charles E. May, Susan Lohafer. "Introduction." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 135-70.*

_____. "Dialogues." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 239-53.*

May, Charles E. "The Short Story's Way of Meaning: Alice Munro's Passion." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 172-82.*

Trussler, Michael. "Pockets of Nothingness: 'Metaphysical Solitude' in Alice Munro's Passion." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 183-97.*

Winther, Per. "Munro's Handling of Description, Focalization, and Voice in 'Passion'." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 198-209.*

Toolan, Michael. "Engagement Via Emotional Heightening in 'Passion': On the Grammatical Texture of Emotionally-Immersive Passages in Short Fiction." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 210-25.*

Lohafer, Susan. "The Stories of 'Passion': An Empirical Study." Narrative 20.2 (May 2012): 226-38.*
Ciccoricco, David. (English dpt., U of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand). "Focalization and Digital Fiction." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 255-76.*

Weinberger, Christopher S. (Assistant Prof. Compartive and World Lit. Dpt., San Francisco State U). "Critical Desire and the Novel: Ethics of Self-Consciousness in Cervantes and Nabokov." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 277-300.*

Hollenberg, Alexander. (U of Toronto). "Recalcitrant Simplicity: Thin Characters and Thick Narration in A Farewell to Arms." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 301-21.*

Grener, Adam. (Ph.D. Cornell U 2011; t. Johns Hopkins U). "Coincidence as Realist Technique: Improbable Encounters and the Representation of Selfishness in Martin Chuzzlewit." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 322-42.*

Cadden, Mike. (Missouri Western State U, St. Joseph, MO). "All Is Well: The Epilogue in Children's Fantasy Fiction." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 343-56.*

Fludernik, Monika. "How Natural Is 'Unnatural Narratology'; or, What Is Unnatural about Unnatural Narratology?" Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 357-70.*

Alber, Jan, Stefan Iversen, Hernik Skov Nielsen and Brian Richardson. "What Is Unnatural about Unnatural Narratology? A Response to Monika Fludernik." Narrative 20.3 (Oct. 2012): 371-82.*

Vol. 21 (2013)
Saldívar, Ramón. "The Second Elevation of the Novel: Race, Form, and the Postrace Aesthetic in Contemporary Narrative." Narrative 21.1 (Jan. 2013): 1-18.*

Macaskill, Brian. "Authority, the Newspaper, and Other Media, including J. M. Coetzee's Summertime." Narrative 21.1 (Jan. 2013): 19-45.*

Slowik, Mary. (Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon). "Simultaneous Narration and Ethical Positionings in Three Short Animated Films." Narrative 21.1 (Jan. 2013): 46-64.*

Birke, Dorothee (U of Freiburg) and Birte Christ (U of Giessen). "Paratext and Digitized Narrative: Mapping the Field." Narrative 21.1 (Jan. 2013): 65-87.*

Benzon, Paul. (Temple U). "Bootleg Paratextuality and Digital Temporality: Towards an Alternate Present of the DVD." Narrative 21.1 (Jan. 2013): 88-104.*
Mailloux, Steven. (President's Professor of Rhetoric, Loyola Marymount U) Disciplinary Identities: Rhetorical Paths of English, Speech, and Composition. "Narrative as Embodied Intensities: The Eloquence of Travel in Nineteenth-century Rome." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 125-39.*

Shen, Dan. (Changjiang Professor of English, Director of the Cventer for European and American Literatures, Beijing University). "Implied Author, Authorial Audience, and Context: Form and History in Neo-Aristotelian Rhetorical Theory." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 140-58.*

Claycomb, Ryan. (Associate Professor of English, West Virginia U)."Here's How You Produce This Play: Towards a Narratology of Dramatic Texts." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 159-79.*

Courtney, Hannah. (gs Uof New South Wales, MA 010). "Narrative Temporality and Slowed Scene: The Interaction of Event and Thought Representation in Ian McEwan's Fiction." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 180-97.*

Davis, Helen H. (Assistant Professor of English, Wilkes U). "'I Seemed to Hold Two Lives': Disclosing Circumnarration in Villette and The Picture of Dorian Gray." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 198-220.*

Fash, Lydia G. "The Chronicle and the Reckoning: A Temporal Paradox in Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 221-42.*

Patron, Sylvie. "Unspeakable Sentences: Narration and Representation in Benedetti's 'Five Years of Life'." Narrative 21.2 (May 2013): 243-62.*

Ning, Wang, and Brian McHale, eds. Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013).*

Ning, Wang. "Introduction: Historicizing Postmodernist Fiction." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 263-70.*

D'haen, Theo. "European Postmodernism: The Cosmodern Turn." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 271-83.*

McLaughlin, Robert J. "After the Revolution: US Postmodernism in the Twenty-First Century." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 284-95.*

Ning, Wang. "A Reflection on Postmodernist Fiction in China: Avant-Garde Narrative Experimentation." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 296-308.*

Gomel, Elana. "Viktor Pelevin and Literary Postmodernism in Post-Soviet Russia." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 309-21.*

Batra, Kanika. "City Botany: Reading Urban Ecologies in China through Amitav Ghosh's River of Smoke." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 322-32.*

Feng, Zongxin. "A Mosaic of Fragments as Narrative Practice." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 333-45.*

Takayuki, Tatsumi. "Planet of the Frogs: Thoreau, Anderson, and Murakami." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 346-56.*

McHale, Brian. "Afterword: Reconstructing Postmodernism." In Postmodernist Fiction: East and West. Ed. Wang Ning and Brian McHale. Special issue of Narrative 21.3 (Oct. 2013): 357-64.*


Vol. 22 (2014)
Royle, Nicholas. "Even the Title: On the State of Narrative Theory Today." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 1-16.*

Savarese, Ralph James, and Lisa Zunshine. "The Critic as Neurocosmopolite: Or, What Cognitive Approaches to Literature Can Learn from Disability Studies: Lisa Zunshine in Conversation with Ralph James Savarese." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 17-44.*

Bujak, Nick. (gs Johns Hopkins U). "Form and Generic Interrelation in the Romantic Period: Walter Scott's Poetic Influence on Jane Austen." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 45-67.*

Bernaerts, Lars, Marco Caracciolo, Luc Herman and Bart Verbaeck. "The Storied Lives of Non-Human Narrators." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 68-93.*

Herzberg, Bruce (Bentley U). "Isaac's Blindness: A Case of Narrative Deficiency." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 94-109.*

Martínez, M. Angeles. "Storyworld Possible Selves and the Phenomenon of Narrative Immersion: Testing a New Theoretical Construct." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 110-31.*

Copland, Sarah. "To Be Continued: The Story of Short Story Theory and Other Narrative Theory." Narrative 22.1 (2014): 132-49.*

Lanser, Susan S. "A Prince for All Seasons, with Notes Toward the Delineation of a New Yorker Narratee." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 289-97.*

Pavel, Thomas G. "Gerald Prince and Narrative Studies." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 298-303.*

Dannenberg, Hilary P. "Gerald Prince and the Fascination of What Doesn't Happen." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 304-11.*

Nadel, Alan, and Diane Negra. "Neoliberalism, Magical Thinking, and Silver Linings Playbook." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 312-32.* (David O. Russell, 2012).

Pederson, Joshua. "Speak, Trauma: Toward a Revised Understanding of Literary Trauma Theory." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 333-53.*

Marantz, Kate. (gs U of Massachusetts, Amherst; kmarantz@english.umass.edu) "The Work of Ambiguity: Writerly and Readerly Labor in Carol Shields's The Stone Diaries." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 354-71.*

Gannon, Christiane. (Ph.D. in English, Johns Hopkins U, 2012; t. National Cathedral School, Washington, DC; christiane.gannon@gmail.com). "Walter Besant's Democratic Bildungsroman." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 372-94.*

McKinnon, Catherine. "Case Study: Writing Unreliable Narrator Will Martin." Narrative 22.3 (Dec. 2014): 395-416.*


Vol. 23 (2015)
Alders, Maximilian. (gs U of Freiburg). "Introduction: Social Minds in Factual and Fictional Narration." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 113-22.*

Grethlein, Jonas. "Social Minds and Narrative Time: Collective Experience in Thucydides and Heliodorus." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 122-39.*

Contzen, Eva von. "Why Medieval Literature Does Not Need the Concept of Social Minds: Exemplarity and Collective Experience." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 140-53.*

Anderson, Miranda. "Fission-Fusion Cognition in Shakespearean Drama: The Case for Julius Caesar." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015):154-68.*

Hostert, Daniel. (gs Bergische U Wuppertal; hostert@uni-wuppertal.de). "Certaine Tales in Sundry Fashions: Social Minds and Hypothetical Focalization in Early Modern Narratives." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 169-82.* (Greene, Dekker).

Sinding, Michael. (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nurnberg, mjsinding@gmail.com). "Social Minds and Metaphor in Rousseau." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 183-99.*

Richardson, Brian. (richb@umd.edu, U of Maryland). "Representing Social Minds: 'We' and 'They' Narratives, Natural and Unnatural." Narrative 23.2 (May 2015): 200-12.*

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