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Gibbons, Alison

Pronouns in Literature

Gibbons, Alison - Pronouns in Literature, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Positions and Perspectives on Pronouns in Literature: The State of the Subject
Alison Gibbons, Andrea Macrae

2. “I Am Thy Father’s Spirit”: The First-Person Pronoun and the Rhetoric of Identity in Hamlet

Katie Wales

3. “We Have Tomorrow Bright Before Us Like a Flame”: Pronouns, Enactors, and Cross-Writing in The Dream Keeper and Other Poems

Marcello Giovanelli

4. Positioning the Reader in Post-Apartheid Literature of Trauma: I and You in Zoë Wicomb’s David’s Story

Andrea Macrae

5. Autonarration, I, and Odd Address in Ben Lerner’s Autofictional Novel 10:04

Alison Gibbons

6. Placements and Functions of Brief Second-Person Passages in Fiction
Joshua Parker

7. On the Interpretive Effects of Double Perspective in Genitive Constructions
Helen de Hoop, Kim Schreurs

8.
They-Narratives
Jan Alber

9. The Observing We in Literary Representations of Neglect and Social Alienation: Types of Narrator Involvement in Janice Galloway’s ‘Scenes from the Life No. 26: The Community and the Senior Citizen’ and Jon McGregor’s Even the Dogs

Catherine Emmott

10. Let Us Tell You Our Story: We-Narration and Its Pronominal Peculiarities
Monika Fludernik

11. Multi-Teller and Multi-Voiced Stories: The Poetics and Politics of Pronouns
Marina Grishakova

12. Pronouns in Literary Fiction as Inventive Discourse
Henrik Skov Nielsen

13. Postscript: Unusual Voices and Multiple Identities
Brian Richardson

Keywords: Linguistics, Language and Literature, Discourse Analysis, Stylistics, Literary Theory, Creative Writing, Grammar

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Languages
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781349953172
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-95316-5

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