From Rhetorics to Sociology

From Rhetorics to Sociology: Authorship Figures in Contemporary Narratology Abstract: Theoretically speaking, authorship has (almost always) been excluded from narrative studies, although practical literary criticism never ceased in using this category. It is a well-known fact that Wayne C. Booth invented the term “implied authorship” in his 1961 study called “The Rhetoric of Fiction”. Although the concept survived […]

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FROM SINGULARITY TO MULTIPLICITY. THE POWER CYCLE OF AUTHORSHIP, BETWEEN SUBMISSION AND SUBVERSION

FROM SINGULARITY TO MULTIPLICITY: THE POWER CYCLE OF AUTHORSHIP. BETWEEN SUBMISSION AND SUBVERSION (Abstract) The present article is dedicated to the guiding theme of “Collective Authorship” in its diverse contexts and notional meanings. Mapping the intellectual stakes and conceptual propositions of recent scholarship represents one of the main aims of the paper. Focusing on two […]

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