Notes on American Culture

Notes on American Culture - 1-19-2010The difference between...

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Unformatted text preview: 1-19-2010The difference between fiction and non fiction is that one claims to be true the other doesntEvery auto biography contains some fictional component but draws upon realityNarrative describes the sequence of events- fictional or non fictionalFabula (story)-chronologicalPlot (discourse)- reordering of the chronological orderAsynchroniesFlashbacks- analepsis Foreshadowing- prolepsisBoth account for the discrepancies between the fibula and plotDurationthe actual time of the story-Dialogue (scene)the time of the discourse (summary)(are only the same in dialogue)Ellipsis is the events taking place when dialogue is not presentNarrative Voice (the world built by narration is diegesis)Intradiegetic(1stperson, assume that they decided to tell you what they tell you and not otherwise)Extradiegetic (3rdperson, may assume they know everything)Homodiegetic (narrative voice is part of the story, he is also a character)Heterodiegetic(uses the first person, not a character...
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2011 for the course AML 2070 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at University of Florida.

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