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Narratologie en tekstgenese: een terreinverkenning

Lars Bernaerts UGent, Gunther Martens UGent and Dirk Van Hulle (2011) SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN. 53(3). p.281-309
abstract
Until recently, narratology and genetic criticism have not been considered as natural bedfellows. In fact, critique génétique emerged as a reaction to the structuralist paradigm (and its abstract-universalist tenets) in which French narratology originated. First, we take a closer look at the work done by some of the founding fathers and mothers of narratology and genetic criticism, which reveals a number of productive impulses and opportunities for cross-pollination. In addition, we make a case for the study of manuscripts by means of narratological concepts. This is illustrated by means of case studies devoted to texts by Robert Musil, Samuel Beckett and Ivo Michiels.
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Narratology and text genetic : space exploration
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journal title
SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN
Spiegel Lett.
volume
53
issue
3
pages
281 - 309
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000297435400002
ISSN
0038-7479
DOI
10.2143/SDL.53.3.2131161
language
Dutch
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1269363
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1269363
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2011-06-20 16:39:18
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2012-04-27 13:01:13
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  abstract     = {Until recently, narratology and genetic criticism have not been considered as natural bedfellows. In fact, critique g{\'e}n{\'e}tique emerged as a reaction to the structuralist paradigm (and its abstract-universalist tenets) in which French narratology originated. First, we take a closer look at the work done by some of the founding fathers and mothers of narratology and genetic criticism, which reveals a number of productive impulses and opportunities for cross-pollination. In addition, we make a case for the study of manuscripts by means of narratological concepts. This is illustrated by means of case studies  devoted to texts by  Robert Musil, Samuel Beckett and Ivo Michiels.},
  author       = {Bernaerts, Lars and Martens, Gunther and Van Hulle, Dirk },
  issn         = {0038-7479},
  journal      = {SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {281--309},
  title        = {Narratologie en tekstgenese: een terreinverkenning},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2143/SDL.53.3.2131161},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Bernaerts, Lars, Gunther Martens, and Dirk Van Hulle. 2011. “Narratologie En Tekstgenese: Een Terreinverkenning.” Spiegel Der Letteren 53 (3): 281–309.
APA
Bernaerts, L., Martens, G., & Van Hulle, D. (2011). Narratologie en tekstgenese: een terreinverkenning. SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN, 53(3), 281–309.
Vancouver
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Bernaerts L, Martens G, Van Hulle D. Narratologie en tekstgenese: een terreinverkenning. SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN. 2011;53(3):281–309.
MLA
Bernaerts, Lars, Gunther Martens, and Dirk Van Hulle. “Narratologie En Tekstgenese: Een Terreinverkenning.” SPIEGEL DER LETTEREN 53.3 (2011): 281–309. Print.