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Illness and heroics: On counter-narrative and counter‑metaphor in the discourse on cancer

P. Krogh Hansen, Illness and heroics: On counter-narrative and counter‑metaphor in the discourse on cancer, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s213 - s228, 2018.

On the politics of discordant, estranging and bonding reliability: Contextualist narratology at work

Notes for an econarratological theory of character

M. Caracciolo, Notes for an econarratological theory of character, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s172 - s189, 2018.

From representation to enactment: temporal perspectives on literary objects in East and Central European structuralism and Ingarden’s phenomenology

Brion Gysin, cut-ups, and contemporary painting: Narrating experience

D. Baryshnikova, Brion Gysin, cut-ups, and contemporary painting: Narrating experience, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s126 - s145, 2018.

Lyrical prose and the ritualistic: Lyricality as an interpretative lens for analysing C. C. Krijgelmans’s short story “Homunculi”

What narrative is

K. Speidel, What narrative is, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s76 - s104, 2018.

A communication model for non-fiction interactive digital narratives: A study of cultural heritage websites

The cinematic mode in fiction

M. Bellardi, The cinematic mode in fiction, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s24 - s47, 2018.

Narrative representation and fictionality in performative media

J. Horstmann, Narrative representation and fictionality in performative media, Frontiers of Narrative Studies, vol. 4, no. s1, pp. s5 - s23, 2018.

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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.