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Telling the particulars is telling what happened, and the narrative form is one way to do it.
The crucial difference in White's work, of course, is that he uses a form of genre criticism to analyze historical rather than literary narratives, and it is this adaptation of genre criticism to literary-historiography that I draw upon in my analysis of narrative form in Watt's Rise of the Novel.
His discussion of the women, however, at times does not reflect the same focus on the ways in which Blackness is strategically constructed through the narrative form and particular modes of representing the development of subjectivity that is evident in his discussion of the men.
It is billed as a film that shatters the linear narrative form used in cinema for the past century, largely by taking advantage of the possibilities of digital video cameras that could be used for extremely lengthy taping and quite intimate shots.
Becoming fashionable around 1540, culminating between 1560 and 1590 and then disappearing towards the end of the sixteenth century, these tabulae are, according to Welti, a sign of the need for systematization, structure, and hieratchization, and a clear rejection of the humanist narrative form.
Having said that, the book includes the landmark essay by Hayden White that over twenty years ago addressed the question of the historical text as a literary artifact, and which opened up (along with his celebrated book Metahistory, 1973) the question of whether history is about empirical content or its narrative form -- or, if you prefer, the question of what and how in history.
Ger, " little tale " ) A favorite narrative form in German romanticism.
Problems present facts from real cases in a narrative form to allow students to analyze issues as if they were lawyers facing those dilemmas.
Sontag, Woolf, Skloot) and how the narrative form shapes how suffering is expressed, she is critical of narratives that gloss over the catastrophic impact of illness/disability on self-image.
In the first part of Odds or Evens, narrative form prevailed.
Learners construct their own understandings in response to new information and experiences (von Glaserfeld, 1995), and because they understand their own lives in terms of narratives (Lyons, & Kubler LaBoskey, 2002), the information that is not structured in a narrative form, can suffer loss in memory (Mandber, 1984).
The Politics of Poetics: Ideology and Narrative Form in An American Tragedy and Native Son.