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1. Narrativity and eventfulness
2. Fictionality
1. Model of communication levels
2. The abstract author
3. The abstract reader
4. The fictive narrator
5. The fictive reader
2. A model of narrative point of view
e) Point of view in diegetic narrative (“The Shot”)
1. The two components of the narrative text
2. Ornamental prose and skaz
3. The interference of narrator’s text and characters’ text
a) “Histoire” and “discours” in French structuralism
3. The four narrative tiers
Conclusion
Works cited
Glossary and index of narratological terms
Index of authors and narratives
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