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  Volume 6, Number 2, June 2008

Table of Contents

From: Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas

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Narrative Knowing, Living, Telling

Matti Hyvärinen, Jarmila Mildorf, and Kai Mikkonen

Introduction: Narrative Knowing, Living, Telling

pp. 225-231
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Narrative Theory and the Intentional Stance

pp. 233-260
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"Life as Narrative" Revisited

pp. 261-277
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Thought Presentation and Constructed Dialogue in Oral Stories: Limits and Possibilities of a Cross-Disciplinary Narratology

pp. 279-300
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Presenting Minds in Graphic Narratives

pp. 301-321
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Knowing More Than We Can Tell: The Cognitive Structure of Narrative Comprehension

pp. 323-345
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Austerlitz's Memory

pp. 347-367
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Giving Form to Life: Cloning and Narrative Expectations of the Human

pp. 369-393
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A Tale of Autistic Experience: Knowing, Living, Telling in Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

pp. 395-417
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A Sociostylistic Perspective on Negatives and the Disnarrated: Lahiri, Roy, Rushdie

pp. 419-441
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Narratives and Counter-Narratives —Quixotic Hermeneutics in Eighteenth-Century England: Charlotte Lennox, The Female Quixote

pp. 443-457
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Towards a Post-Levinasian Approach to Narrativity: Facing Baudelaire's "Eyes of the Poor"

pp. 459-480
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Narrative as Experience: The Pedagogical Implications of Sympathizing with Fictional Characters

pp. 481-501
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Book Reviews

Double Vision: Moral Philosophy and Shakespearean Drama (review)

pp. 503-506
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The Jewish American Novel (review)

pp. 507-510
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Social Dimensions in the Novels of Barbara Pym, 1949–1963: The Writer as Hidden Observer (review)

pp. 510-512
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Research Areas

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