Unnatural narratology and Zhiguai tales of the six dynasties in China

@article{Shang2018UnnaturalNA,
  title={Unnatural narratology and Zhiguai tales of the six dynasties in China},
  author={Biwu Shang},
  journal={Neohelicon},
  year={2018},
  volume={45},
  pages={179-190}
}
This article continues the author’s previous work on unnatural narrative across borders and unnatural narrative in the national literatures written in languages other than English. With Zhiguai tales of the Six Dynasties in China as its central concern, it pursues three major goals: (1) to revisit the much debated conception of unnatural narrative and to call for diachronic and transnational perspectives, (2) to reveal the unnaturalness of impossible storyworlds in Zhiguai tales by taking a… 
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