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     A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERARY THEORY, CRITICISM AND PHILOLOGY
  http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html
                         by José Ángel GARCÍA LANDA
                        (University of Zaragoza, Spain)




JNT: JOURNAL OF NARRATIVE THEORY

Vol. 4 (1974)

Wicker, Brian. "Samuel Beckett and the Death of the God-Narrator".
     The Journal of Narrative Technique 4.1 (1974): 62-74.



Vol. 11 (1981)

Renner, Charlotte. "The Self-Multiplying Narrators of Molloy,
      Malone Dies and The Unnamable". Journal of Narrative
      Technique 11.1 (1981): 12-32.*
Baker, Sheridan. "Narration: The Writer's Essential Mimesis."
      Journal of Narrative Technique 11.3 (1981): 155-65.


Vol. 17 (1987)

Jaffe, Audrey. " Omniscience in Our Mutual Friend.: On Taking the
       Reader by Surprise." The Journal of Narrative Technique 17.1
       (1987): 83-90.*
Stampfl, Barry. "'As Ifs' Against Knowing in Conrad; Two Types of
       Anti-Conjectural Simile." The Journal of Narrative Technique
       17.1 (1987): 107-114.*

Gaughan, Richard T. "Mr. Hyde and Mr. Seek: Utterson's Antidote."
     The Journal of Narrative Technique 17.2 (1987): 184-197.*




Vol. 18 (1988)
Gordon, David J. "Character and Self in Autobiography." The
      Journal of Narrative Technique 18.2 (1988): 105-119.*
Barzialai, Shuli. "Virginia Woolf's Pursuit of Truth: 'Monday or
      Tuesday', 'Moments of Being' and 'The lady in The Looking-
      glass'." The Journal of Narrative Technique 18.3 (1988): 199-
      210.*
Waterhouse, Ruth. "Self-Reflexivity and 'Wraetlic Word' in Bleak
      House and Andreas." The Journal of Narrative Technique 18.3
      (1988): 211-225.*
Bock, Carol A. "Story Telling and The Multiple Audiences of
      Shirley." The Journal of Narrative Technique 18.3 (1988):
      226-242.*


Vol. 19 (1989)

Edwards, Lee. "Schizophrenic Narrative." The Journal of Narrative
      Technique 19.1 (1989): 25-30.*
Friedman, Susan Stanford. "The Return of The Repressed in
      Women's Narratives." The Journal of Narrative Technique
      19.1 (1989): 141-156.*
Rimmon-Kenan, Shlomith. "How The Model Neglects The Medium:
      Linguistics, Language, and The Crisis of Narratology." The
      Journal of Narrative Technique 19.1 (1989): 157-166.*
Scheiber, Andrew J. "Sign, Seme, and The Psychlogical Character:
      Some Thoughts on Roland Barthes' S/Z and the Realistic
      Novel." Journal of Narrative Technique 21.3 (1991): 262-
      273.*




Vol. 20 (1990)

Friedman, Susan Stanford. "Guest Editor's Remarks." Journal of
      Narrative Technique 20.2 (1990): 87-88.*
Keen, Suzanne. "Narrative Annexes in Charlotte Brontë's Shirley."
      Journal of Narrative Technique 20.2 (1990): 107-119.*
Green, Jennifer M. "Stories in an Exhibition: Narrative and
      Nineteenth-Century Photographic Documentary." Journal of
      Narrative Technique 20.2 (1990): 147-166.*
Vol. 21 (1991)

Maclean, Marie. "Do-It-Yourself, B.Y.O. and Australian Science
     Fiction." Journal of Narrative Technique 21.1 (1991): 136-
     142.*
Zonana, Joyce. "'They Will Prove the Truth of My Tale': Safie's
     Letters as the Feminist Core of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein."
     Journal of Narrative Technique 21.2 (1991): 170-184.*



Vol. 22 (1992)

Higdon, David Leon. "A First Census of The Circadian or One-Day
     Novel." Journal of Narrative Technique 22.1 (1992): 57-64.*

Hoffarth-Zelloe, Monika. "Resoving The Paradox?: An Interlinear
      Reading of Toni Morrison's Sula." Journal of Narrative
      Technique 22.2 (1992): 114-127.*




Vol. 23 (1993)

Baldridge, Cates. "Agnes Grey: Brontë's Bildungsroman That Isn't."
      Journal of Narrative Technique 23.1 (1993): 31-45.*

Evans, T. Jeff. "Narratology in Kenneth Fearing's Big Clock."
     Journal of Narrative Technique 23.3 (1993): 188-200.*


Vol. 24 (1994)

Wall, Kathleen. "The Remains of the Day And Its Callenges to
      Theories of Unreliable Narration." Journal of Narrative
      Technique 24.1 (1994): 18-42.*
Hild, Allison. "Community/Communication in Woolf's The Waves :
      The Language of Motion." Journal of Narrative Technique
      24.1 (1994): 69-79.*
Guth, Deborah. "'Wonder what God had in mind': Beloved's
      Dialogue with Christianity." Journal of Narrative Technique
      24.2 (1994): 83-97.*
Rio-Jelliffe, R. "The Language of Time in Fiction: A Model in
      Faulkner's 'Barn Burning'." Journal of Narrative Technique
      24.2 (1994): 98-113.*
Winniford, Lee. "Suppressing the Masculine Metanarrative: The
      Uncaging of Glasgow's Barren Ground ." Journal of Narrative
      Technique 24.2 (1994): 142-152.*

Matheson, Neill. "Heavy Spirits: Depression and Materiality in The
     Marble Faun. " Journal of Narrative Technique 24.3 (1994):
     237-255.*



Vol. 25 (1995)

Bowen, Deborah S. "The Reader Riddled: Reading Epigraphs in
    John Fowles's The French Lieutenant's Woman." The Journal
    of Narrative Technique 25.1 (1995).*


Vol. 34 (2004)

Addison, Catherine. "Ottava Rima and Novelistic Discourse."
     Journal of Narrative Theory 34.2 (2004): 133-45.


Vol. 37 (2007)

Alexander, Lily. "Storytelling in Time and Space: Studies in the
     Chronotope and Narrative Logic on Screen." Journal of
     Narrative Theory 37.1 (2007).

				
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