1. Editor's Note
  2. John V. Knapp
  3. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Authors, Resources, Audiences: Toward a Rhetorical Poetics of Narrative
  2. James Phelan
  3. pp. 1-34
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  1. Rhetorical Ways of Covering Up Speculations and Hypotheses, or Why Empirical Investigations of Real Readers Matter
  2. Jan Alber
  3. pp. 34-39
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  1. The Story/Discourse Distinction
  2. Emma Kafalenos
  3. pp. 39-42
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  1. Response to James Phelan
  2. Gerald Prince
  3. pp. 42-45
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  1. Hitting the Wall? The Rhetorical Approach and the Role of Reader Response
  2. Marco Caracciolo, Karin Kukkonen
  3. pp. 45-50
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  1. Rhetoric, Salience and the Reader in the Saddle: A Response to James Phelan
  2. David H. Richter
  3. pp. 51-55
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  1. The Conniving Stenographer and Other Stories: A Response to "Authors, Resources, Audiences"
  2. Gary Weissman
  3. pp. 56-60
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  1. Dual Narrative Progression as Dual Authorial Communication: Extending the Rhetorical Model
  2. Dan Shen
  3. pp. 61-66
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  1. Rhetorical Poetics: Between Creative Writing and Deconstruction
  2. Paul Dawson
  3. pp. 66-72
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  1. Response to James Phelan, "Authors, Resources, Audiences: Toward a Rhetorical Poetics of Narrative"
  2. Harry E. Shaw
  3. pp. 72-76
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  1. Some Notes on the Narrative Communication Model and Modest Proposals for a Rhetorical Poetics of Narrative
  2. Ansgar Nünning, Vera Nünning
  3. pp. 77-83
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  1. Characters and Narrators in Narrative Communication: James Phelan's Rhetorical Poetics of Narrative
  2. Jakob Lothe
  3. pp. 83-87
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  1. Narrative Communication or Communicating Literature?
  2. Stefan Iversen
  3. pp. 88-93
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  1. Response to James Phelan's "Authors, Resources, Audiences: Toward a Rhetorical Poetics of Narrative"
  2. Henrik Skov Nielsen
  3. pp. 93-99
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  1. Rhetoric, Communication, Fiction
  2. Richard Walsh
  3. pp. 99-104
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  1. Truth or Inconsequence: A Reply to James Phelan
  2. Peter J. Rabinowitz
  3. pp. 104-109
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  1. Can Writers Read Readers?
  2. Jean Wyatt
  3. pp. 109-113
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  1. Interest and Immersion: Response to James Phelan's Target Essay "Authors, Resources, Audiences"
  2. Thomas G. Pavel
  3. pp. 113-118
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  1. Character Studies
  2. Alison Booth
  3. pp. 118-123
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  1. Improbable, Impossible, Unthinkable, Fantastic
  2. Matthew Clark
  3. pp. 123-127
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  1. Probable Impossibilities: Historical Romance Readers Talk Back
  2. Suzanne Keen
  3. pp. 127-132
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  1. A Rhetorical Poetics of Nonfiction, with Small Stitches: A Response to James Phelan's Target Essay
  2. Markku Lehtimäki
  3. pp. 133-138
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  1. The Rhetoric of Knowledge and the Rhetoric of Delight: A Response to James Phelan
  2. Brian Richardson
  3. pp. 138-141
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  1. Groucho, Harpo, and Narrative Theory
  2. Lisa Zunshine
  3. pp. 141-147
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  1. Character, Singularity, and Rhetorical Modeling
  2. H. Porter Abbott
  3. pp. 148-153
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  1. Debating Rhetorical Poetics: Interventions, Amendments, Extensions
  2. James Phelan
  3. pp. 153-172
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  1. Works Cited
  2. pp. 173-180
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  1. Robert Lowell: Setting the River on Fire: A Study of Genius, Mania, and Character by Kay Redfield Jamison (review)
  2. Brian Edwards
  3. pp. 181-187
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