Mimesis, Authority, and Belief in Narrative Poetics: Toward a Transmission Theory for a Poetics of Fiction

Duyfhuizen, Bernard
March 1985
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring1985, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p217
Academic Journal
Examines the state of narrative poetics as of March 1985 by tracing the postmodern fate of mimesis. Debates about mimesis; Two movements that have influenced the project of a poetics of fiction in France in the late 1960s; Views of the author that novels are transmissions of processes with manifold and changing implications over time.


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