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Kelly, Philippa

Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches

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Table of contents

1. Introduction Story Streams: Stories and their Tellers
Jan Shaw

Part I. Indigenous Stories

2. The State of the Nation’s Narratives
Witi Ihimaera

3. Testimonial Textures: Examining the Poetics of Non-Indigenous Stories about Reconciliation
Tom Clark, Ravi Costa

4. Indigenous Literatures in the Pacific: The Question of the Didactic in Storytelling
Raylene Ramsay

5. Mother Stories: The Woman Myth in By the Bog of Cats and Tea in a China Cup

Kristen Liesch

6. (Re)Telling the Story of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda: Une Saison de machettes [Machete Season] by Jean Hatzfeld
Narelle Fletcher

Part II. Fictional History and Historical Fiction

7. Transnational Glamour, National Allure: Community, Change and Cliché in Baz Luhrmann’s Australia
Meaghan Morris

8. Writing the Story of the Wartime Occupation of the Channel Islands
Peter Goodall

9. War, Wives and Whitewash: The Zookeeper and his Aryan Animals
Julia Petzl-Berney

10. No Man’s Land: A Revisionist Story of ‘The Cyprus Problem’
Irini Savvides

11. Transnational Storytelling: Visions of Italy in Two New Zealand Novels
Sarah Patricia Hill

Part III. The Sea of Stories

12. Shakespeare and the Sea of Stories
Mark Houlahan

13. Reading Chaucer ‘in Parts’: The Knight’s Tale and The Two Noble Kinsmen

Margaret Rogerson

14. What Women Want: The Shrew’s Story
Philippa Kelly

15. Stories of Selves and Infidels: Walter Charleton’s Letter to Margaret Cavendish (1655)
L. E. Semler

16. ‘Telling the Story my Way’: Shakespearean Collaborations and Dialogism in the Secondary School Classroom
Linzy Brady

17. The Tale of Melusine in A. S. Byatt’s Possession: Retelling Medieval Stories
Jan Shaw

Part IV. Critical Creativity

18.
Redcrosse: Storytelling, Nation and Religion in England
Ewan Fernie

19. Paul Auster’s Storytelling in Invisible: The Pleasures of Postmodernity
Rosemary Huisman

20. Emotional Rhythm
Ian David

21. Rogues: A Speculation
Sue Woolfe

22. What Would Happen If …? A Semi-Memoir of a Semi-Philosophical Musician and Sometime Carpenter
Paul Dresher

Keywords: Literature, Postcolonial/World Literature, Creative Writing, Medieval Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
361 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137349958
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-46820-1

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