GĂ©rard Genette, "Fiction Diction"
Cornell Univ Press | 1993 | ISBN: 0801480868 | 176 pages | File type: PDF | 29.05 mb

One of the founders of structuralist literary theory, Gerard Genette here addresses the question of "literariness" of what it is that makes a text an aesthetic object. Published in French in 1991, Fiction and Diction explores the conditions under which a written or spoken text is perceived as "literature". With reference to writers and theorists from Aristotle to Moliere to Iris Murdoch, Genette investigates the different facets particularly "regimes", "criteria" and "modes" of literariness.

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