Storyworlds 09:1-2

Storyworlds 09:1-2

 Edited by Andreea Deciu Ritivoi and David R. Shumway

Table Of Contents

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Editor’s Introduction
Andreea Deciu Ritivoi

Narrative and Ideology
Introduction: The Ideological Ramifications of Narrative Strategies
Jan Alber, Guest Editor

Cambodian American Memoirs and the Politics of Narrative Strategies
Sue J. Kim

Beware the Siren Servers: How Techlash Novels Like Dave Eggers’s The Circle and Jarett Kobek’s I Hate the Internet Make the Need for Change Feel Real
Roy Sommer

Ideological Tension and Formal Experimentation in Vic Reid’s New Day
Jana Gohrisch

The Renewal of British Political Theater in the Twenty-First Century: Indirect Narrative Approaches to Ideology and Power
Merle Tönnies

Invention as Intervention in the Rhetoric of Barack Obama
Stefan Iversen and Henrik Skov Nielsen

Arachnographia: On Spidery Writing
David Punter

Indigeneity and Narrative Strategies: Ideology in Contemporary Non-indigenous Australian Prose Fiction
Jan Alber

What Is Realism?
David R. Shumway

Is Metaleptic Fiction Paradoxical?
Tobias Klauk and Tilmann Köppe

The Selfish Genre: Agency, Metalepsis, and Narratives of Evolution
Jamie Milton Freestone

Book Review
Storytelling and Ethics: Literature, Visual Arts and the Power of Narrative, ed. Hanna Meretoja and Colin Davis
Jakob Lothe

Guidelines for Authors