Récits non naturels, narratologie non naturelle : apports, problèmes et perspectives

Abstract : The study of unnnatural narratives, or unnnatural narratology, is one of the latest trends that have emerged as part of postclassical narratoloy. This approach seems innovative and promising as it addresses several current concerns associated to theory, analysis and interpretation of fictional narratives. It is also intensely discussed in the narratological milieu. Far from being a unified approach, unnatural narratology consists of different tendencies, based on slightly different definitions of unnatural narratives, advocating sometimes very different and even opposed approaches of these narratives. Unnatural narratology has already made important contributions in the study of unnatural narratives or of unnatural elements in narratives, usually neglected in established narratology or narratologies. Further investigation reveals however certain problems. A significant example is presented at the end of the article.
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Sylvie Patron. Récits non naturels, narratologie non naturelle : apports, problèmes et perspectives. Pratiques : linguistique, littérature, didactique, Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Crem) - Université de Lorraine 2019, Le récit en questions. ⟨hal-02189267⟩

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