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Audionarratology

Interfaces of Sound and Narrative

Ed. by Mildorf, Jarmila / Kinzel, Till

Series:Narratologia 52

99,95 € / $140.00 / £74.99*

Hardcover
Publication Date:
April 2016
ISBN
978-3-11-046432-0
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Overview

Aims and Scope

Audionarratology is a new 'postclassical' narratology that explores interfaces of sound, voice, music and narrative in different media and across disciplinary boundaries. Drawing on sound studies and transmedial narratology, audionarratology combines concepts from both while also offering fresh insights. Sound studies investigate sound in its various manifestations from disciplinary angles as varied as anthropology, history, sociology, acoustics, articulatory phonetics, musicology or sound psychology. Still, a specifically narrative focus is often missing. Narratology has broadened its scope to look at narratives from transdisciplinary and transmedial perspectives. However, there is a bias towards visual or audio-visual media such as comics and graphic novels, film, TV, hyperfiction and pictorial art. The aim of this book is to foreground the oral and aural sides of storytelling, asking how sound, voice and music support narrative structure or even assume narrative functions in their own right. It brings together cutting-edge research on forms of sound narration hitherto neglected in narratology: radio plays, audiobooks, audio guides, mobile phone theatre, performance poetry, concept albums, digital stories, computer games, songs.

Details

23.0 x 15.5 cm
viii, 267 pages
6 Fig.
Language:
English
Type of Publication:
Collection
Keyword(s):
Radio plays; soundscapes; transmediality; narrative theory

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Jarmila Mildorf, Universität Paderborn, Germany; Till Kinzel, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.

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