A quantitative perspective on the minimal definition of narrative

@inproceedings{Howald2009AQP,
  title={A quantitative perspective on the minimal definition of narrative},
  author={B. Howald},
  year={2009}
}
  • B. Howald
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Abstract Minimally, narrative is traditionally defined as “a sequence of two clauses which are temporally ordered [such that] a change in their order will result in a change in the temporal sequence of the original semantic interpretation” (Labov, The transformation of experience in narrative syntax, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1972: 360). However, recent explorations by Herman (Text 21: 515–541 2001, Story logic: Problems and possibilities of narrative, University of Nebraska Press, 2002… CONTINUE READING
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