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Revision as of 21:01, 10 May 2008

Welcome to the Wiki for the International Society for the Study of Narrative!

Please feel free to edit the content of the pages and fill in definitions, biographical material, and information as necessary.

Narrative Terms and Concepts

In this section, we aim to include definitions, examples, critical debates, and references for the critical terms and concepts in the field of narratology. Please insert your text into the categories provided and add other terms which you think may more fully complete this list.

Recently Added Concepts and Terms


Narrative Theorists and Scholars

We've created this place to chart the work of scholars in the field of narrative and also for you to upload your own biographical information and personal scholarship. Included are sections for biography, contributions, and texts. Please feel free to add your own entry and fill in the information accordingly.

Recently Added Scholarly Biographies


Major Works of Narrative Theory and Narrative Studies

In this section, we'd like to include major works on narratology, their descriptions, and their bibliographic information. In addition, please feel free to create entries for your own work and the appropriate information.

Recently Added Texts and Works


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