英语论文网

留学生硕士论文 英国论文 日语论文 澳洲论文 Turnitin剽窃检测 英语论文发表 留学中国 欧美文学特区 论文寄售中心 论文翻译中心

Bussiness ManagementMBAstrategyHuman ResourceMarketingHospitalityE-commerceInternational Tradingproject managementmedia managementLogisticsFinanceAccountingadvertisingLawBusiness LawEducationEconomicsBusiness Reportbusiness planresearch proposal

英语论文题目英语教学英语论文商务英语英语论文格式商务英语翻译广告英语商务英语商务英语教学英语翻译论文英美文学英语语言学文化交流中西方文化差异英语论文范文英语论文开题报告初中英语教学英语论文文献综述英语论文参考文献

ResumeRecommendation LetterMotivation LetterPSapplication letterMBA essayBusiness Letteradmission letter Offer letter

澳大利亚论文英国论文加拿大论文芬兰论文瑞典论文澳洲论文新西兰论文法国论文香港论文挪威论文美国论文泰国论文马来西亚论文台湾论文新加坡论文荷兰论文南非论文西班牙论文爱尔兰论文

小学英语教学初中英语教学英语语法高中英语教学大学英语教学听力口语英语阅读英语词汇学英语素质教育英语教育毕业英语教学法

英语论文开题报告英语毕业论文写作指导英语论文写作笔记handbook英语论文提纲英语论文参考文献英语论文文献综述Research Proposal代写留学论文代写留学作业代写Essay论文英语摘要英语论文任务书英语论文格式专业名词turnitin抄袭检查

temcet听力雅思考试托福考试GMATGRE职称英语理工卫生职称英语综合职称英语职称英语

经贸英语论文题目旅游英语论文题目大学英语论文题目中学英语论文题目小学英语论文题目英语文学论文题目英语教学论文题目英语语言学论文题目委婉语论文题目商务英语论文题目最新英语论文题目英语翻译论文题目英语跨文化论文题目

日本文学日本语言学商务日语日本历史日本经济怎样写日语论文日语论文写作格式日语教学日本社会文化日语开题报告日语论文选题

职称英语理工完形填空历年试题模拟试题补全短文概括大意词汇指导阅读理解例题习题卫生职称英语词汇指导完形填空概括大意历年试题阅读理解补全短文模拟试题例题习题综合职称英语完形填空历年试题模拟试题例题习题词汇指导阅读理解补全短文概括大意

商务英语翻译论文广告英语商务英语商务英语教学

无忧论文网

联系方式

关于JSTOR档案库的使用研究:What Novels Can Do That Films Can't (And Vice Versa) [2]

论文作者:留学生论文论文属性:案例分析 Case Study登出时间:2011-01-20编辑:anterran点击率:13532

论文字数:8068论文编号:org201101201026245946语种:英语论文 English地区:美国价格:免费论文

关键词:STOR档案库使用研究NovelsFilms

0/0701-0009$01.51
121
122 Seymour Chatman
places, as in plays and films; in drawings; in comic strips; in dance
movements, as in narrative ballet and in mime; and even in music, at
least in program music of the order of Till Eulenspiegel and Peter and the
Wolf.
A salient property of narrative is double time structuring. That is,
all narratives, in whatever medium, combine the time sequence of plot
events, the time of the histoire ("story-time") with the time of the presentation
of those events in the text, which we call "discourse-time." What is
fundamental to narrative, regardless of medium, is that these two time
orders are independent. In realistic narratives, the time of the story is
fixed, following the ordinary course of a life: a person is born, grows
from childhood to maturity and old age, and then dies. But the
discourse-time order may be completely different: it may start with the
person's deathbed, then "flashback" to childhood; or it may start with
childhood, "flashforward" to death, then end with adult life. This independence
of discourse-time is precisely and only possible because of the
subsumed story-time. Now of course all texts pass through time: it takes
x number of hours to read an essay, a legal brief, or a sermon. But the
internal structures of these non-narrative texts are not temporal but
logical, so that their discourse-time is irrelevant, just as the viewing time
of a painting is irrelevant. We may spend half an hour in front of a
Titian, but the aesthetic effect is as if we were taking in the whole painting
at a glance. In narratives, on the other hand, the dual time orders
function independently. This is true in any medium: flashbacks are just
as possible in ballet or mime or opera as they are in a film or novel. Thus,
in theory at least, any narrative can be actualized by any medium which
can communicate the two time orders.
Narratologists immediately observed an important consequence of
this property of narrative texts, namely, the translatability of a given
narrative from one medium to another: Cinderella as verbal tale, as ballet,
as opera, as film, as comic strip, as pantomime, and so on. This observation
was so interesting, so much in keeping with structuralist theory, and
so productive of further work in narrative analysis that it tended to
concentrate attention exclusively on the constancies in narrative structure
across the different media at the expense of interesting differences.
But now the study of narrative has reached a point where the differences
can emerge as objects of independent interest.
In the course of studying and teaching film, I have been struck by
the sorts of changes typically introduced by screen adaptation (and vice
versa in that strange new process "novelization," which transforms
Seymour Chatman, professor in the department of rhetoric at the
University of California, Berkeley, is the author of The Later Style of Henry
James and Story and Discourse: Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film.
Novels and Films
Autumn 1980 123
already exhibited films into novels). Close study of film and novel versions
of the same narrative reveals with great clarity the peculiar powers
of the two media. Once we grasp those peculiarities, the reasons for the
differences in form, content, and impact of the two versions strikingly
emerge. Many fea论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。
英国英国 澳大利亚澳大利亚 美国美国 加拿大加拿大 新西兰新西兰 新加坡新加坡 香港香港 日本日本 韩国韩国 法国法国 德国德国 爱尔兰爱尔兰 瑞士瑞士 荷兰荷兰 俄罗斯俄罗斯 西班牙西班牙 马来西亚马来西亚 南非南非

   Europe (24-hours)
   EN:13917206902
   china (24-hours)
   CN:13917206902
在线客服团队
    全天候24小时在线客服
      QQ:949925041 
  

微信公众订阅号