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" I mean the intelligible whole that governs a succession of events in any story. This provisory definition immediately shows the plot's connecting function between an event or events and the story. A story is made out of events to the extent that plot... "
Discourse and Identity - Pagina 31
geredigeerd door - 2006 - 462 pagina’s
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Erring: A Postmodern A/theology

Mark C. Taylor - 1987 - 219 pagina’s
...individual events or incidents and a story as a whole. This mediating role may be read in both ways: a story is made out of events to the extent that plot makes events into a story. An event, consequently, must be more than a singular occurrence, a unique happening. It receives its...
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Narrative Knowing and the Human Sciences

Donald Polkinghorne - 1988 - 232 pagina’s
...governs and gives significance to the succession of its events. "A plot is a way of connecting event and story. A story is made out of events, to the extent that plot makes events into a story." 14 To be temporal, an event must be more than a singular occurrence; it must be located in relation...
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Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends

Michael White, Made Wijaya, Michael Kingsley White, David Epston - 1990 - 229 pagina’s
...provisory definition immediately shows the plot's connecting function between an event or events and the story. A story is made out of events to the extent that plot makes events into a story. The plot, therefore, places us at the crossing point of temporality and narrativity. (Ricoeur, 1980,...
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Figuring Grief: Gallant, Munro, and the Poetics of Elegy

Karen E. Smythe - 1992 - 213 pagina’s
...narrativization itself. As Ricoeur suggests, plot has "a connecting function between an event or events and the story. A story is made out of events to the extent that plot makes events into a story. The plot, therefore, places us at the crossing point of temporality and narrativity."47 In Gallant's...
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Gerontology and the Construction of Old Age: A Study in Discourse Analysis

Bryan S. R. Green - 1993 - 226 pagina’s
...(1980) has turned his attention to precisely this problem and uses the concept of plot to help solve it: By plot I mean the intelligible whole that governs...to the extent that plot makes events into a story. The plot, therefore, places us at the crossing point of temporality and narrativity. (Ricoeur, 1980:171)...
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Possible Worlds in Literary Theory

Ruth Ronen - 1994 - 244 pagina’s
...functions attributed to that narrative core whereby plot is defined as a principle of organization, "the intelligible whole that governs a succession of events in any story" (Ricoeur, 1981: 167). This discrepancy reflects the ambivalent place assigned to the concept of plot...
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Face Value: Physiognomical Thought and the Legible Body in Marivaux, Lavater ...

Christopher Rivers - 1994 - 275 pagina’s
...reference to Freud and his "masterplot" (chap. 4). 59. Brooks quotes Paul Ricoeur's definition of plot as "the intelligible whole that governs a succession of events in any story" (ibid., 13), a definition well in keeping with his own statements on plot and narrative. 60. Ibid.,...
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Essentials of the Theory of Fiction

Michael J. Hoffman, Patrick D. Murphy - 1996 - 506 pagina’s
...the narrative discourse. I find confirmation for such a view in Paul Ricoeur's definition of plot as "the intelligible whole that governs a succession of events in any story." Ricoeur continues, using the terms "events" and "story" rather than fabula and sjuzet: "This provisory...
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Playful Approaches to Serious Problems: Narrative Therapy with Children and ...

Jennifer C. Freeman, David Epston, Dean Lobovits - 1997 - 321 pagina’s
...one could say that the plot connects events together into a meaningful story. Brooks' aphorism that "A story is made out of events to the extent that plot makes events into a story" (1984, p. 3) aptly describes plotting as the glue that establishes a story's coherence. Brooks describes...
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Talking Wolves: Thomas Hobbes on the Language of Politics and the Politics ...

A. Biletzki - 1997 - 212 pagina’s
...this deep level of temporality one sees that narrative, to be explanatory, must consist in "plot", and "by plot I mean the intelligible whole that governs a succession of events in any story." It is then impossible to ignore the function of a plot as giving meaning to each and every event in...
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