Keywords

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19th century (1) A Small, Good Thing (1) Ambivalence (1)
Amsterdam (1) analysis (1) Art / Film & Video (1)
Atonement (1) attention (1) cognition (1)
Cognitive Narratology (2) Colonial Mimicry (1) comparative narrative studies (1)
complexity (1) Computers / Databases / Data Mining (1) Computers / Databases / General (1)
Computers / General (1) Computers / Information Technology (1) Computers / Software Development & Engineering / Systems Analysis & Design (1)
cultural evolution (1) Cultural theory (1) description and narration (1)
development (1) digital humanities (1) Education / Educational Psychology (1)
Emma (1) empathy (affective and cognitive) / sympathy (1) English literature (1)
epistemology (1) Equal Citizenship (1) eventfulness (1)
Fictional Minds (2) George Eliot (1) Hanif Kureishi (1)
Historical narratology (1) History / General (1) Homi Bhabha (1)
human (or anthropomorphic) experience (1) Ian McEwan (2) institutions (1)
Intermental vs Intramental Minds (1) Interpersonal Relationships (1) intramental/intermental thought (1)
Irish (1) Jane Austen (1) Julian Barnes (1)
Khaled Hosseini (1) Language (1) Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication Studies (1)
Language Arts & Disciplines / General (3) Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science / General (1) Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / General (3)
Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / Historical & Comparative (1) Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / Pragmatics (1) Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / Psycholinguistics (1)
Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric (2) Law / Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice (1) Law / Jurisprudence (1)
Literary Criticism / Comparative Literature (1) Literary Criticism / European / English (1) Literary Criticism / General (7)
Literary Criticism / Modern / 18th Century (1) Literary Criticism / Modern / 20th Century (1) Literary Criticism / Semiotics & Theory (2)
Literary Criticism / Subjects & Themes / General (1) literary history (1) literary realism (1)
literary semantics (1) literature and knowledge (1) Microaggressions (1)
modal logic (1) Monde (1) Multicultural London Society (1)
multimodality (1) Narratee (Recipient) (1) narrative (1)
narrative and emotion (1) narrative and experience (1) narrative cognition (1)
narrative turn (1) narrativity (1) Narrativity and Narrativity-Affecting Features (1)
Narratology (2) Observation (1) On Chesil Beach (1)
Other (1) Performativity (1) Performing Arts / Film & Video / General (1)
Performing Arts / Film & Video / History & Criticism (1) Performing Arts / General (1) Poetry analysis (1)
post-Darwinism (1) postclassical narratology (1) Power (1)
Presentation, (1) Psychological Trauma (2) Psychology / Cognitive Psychology & Cognition (2)
Psychology / Social Psychology (1) Raymond Carver. (1) reader (1)
realism (1) Recognition (1) Resemblance and Menace (1)
Samuel Beckett (1) Scheherazade (1) Scottish (1)
sequentiality (1) Social Science / Human Geography (1) Social Science / Media Studies (1)
Social Science / Social Classes & Economic Disparity (1) Storytelling (2) symbolic representation (1)
Technology & Engineering / Automation (1) Technology & Engineering / Electronics / General (1) The Embassy of Cambodia (1)
The Kite Runner (1) The Mill on the Floss (1) The Noise of Time (1)
The Thousand and One Nights (1) The Unnamable (1) theory of narrative (1)
theory of the novel (1) transgeneric narratology (1) Trauma as a Political Apparatus (1)
Traumatic Experiences and Memory (1) Unreliable narration (1) Welsh (1)
Zadie Smith (1) “My son the fanatic” (1)

About us

ENN is the European Narratology Network, an association of individual narratologists and narratological institutions. ENN aims to foster the study of narrative representation in literature, film, digital media, etc. across all European languages and cultures.