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Christopher Webb CMCL:392 Professor September 6, 2011 Subjectivity according to Branigan is defined as a specific instance or level of narration where the telling is attributed to a character in the narrative and received by us as if we were in the situation of a character. What Branigan was trying to say in his distinction between narration and narrative was that narration is the actual (POV) point of view of the character or person. Narrative is almost the whole essence of what realm that the narration is being told in.
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Unformatted text preview: Branigan said “The Boundary lines between subject and object, narration and narrative are never absolute; they shift according to the scope of the analysis.” Branigan means it the position of narrative and narration varies on the person and the story that is being told in what realm that it fits in to tell the story, ex. . Horror film of a person about be killed, the person being killed and the viewer. The five kinds of subjectivity that Mitry classified were frame, time, vision, origin, and mind....
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