A Study in Narrative StrategiesBook - 1986
The author's starting point for this study was the conviction that Flaubert's difficulty in sustaining a narrative, so evident in his early works, was not entirely overcome even in the works of his maturity. Flaubert seems to have a problem in generating his text and keeping it going. What is the difficulty in generating a text? How is it circumvented? And, most important, how does this problem and the strategies used to overcome it shape the narrative?
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1986.
Branch Call Number: 843.8 Ginsburg
Characteristics: xii, 207 p. ;,22 cm.