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Fictions of Discourse

Reading Narrative Theory

O?Neill investigates the extent to which narrative discourse subverts the story it tells in foregrounding its own performance.

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O'NeillPatrick:

Patrick O’Neill is a professor emeritus in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Queen’s University.

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Andrew Hadfield:

'O'Neill's book is to be recommended as an introduction to the fascinating questions of narrative theory.'

Holgar Pausch, University of Alberta:

'In this fine study, Patrick O'Neill expands and problematizes the classic model developed by structural narratology...Fictions of Discourse is well informed and highly readable. It represents a substantial contribution to our comprehension of narrative functioning.'

Gerald Prince, University of Pennsylvannia:

'In this fine study, Patrick O'Neill expands and problematizes the classic model developed by structural narratology...Fictions of Discourse is well informed and highly readable. It represents a substantial contribution to our comprehension of narrative functioning.'

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