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Narrative is the official journal of International Society for the Study of Narrative. Its mission is to publish essays that contribute to both narrative theory and the interpretation of individual narratives. Within those parameters, the journal is open to work on the elements, techniques, structures, and forms of narrative as well as on its relations to other modes of discourse, its history, and its powers (and limits) in cultures past and present. The journal is interested in narrative across disciplines and across media, and, thus, it welcomes submissions on the theory and interpretation of the novel, the short story, narrative poetry, history, biography, autobiography, memoir, film, television, journalism, comics and other graphic arts, music, performance, legal writing, medical case histories, and more.
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published byThe Ohio State University Press
viewing issueVolume 20, Number 2, May 2012
Table of Contents
- The Short Story’s Way of Meaning: Alice Munro’s “Passion”
- pp. 172-182
- DOI: 10.1353/nar.2012.0015
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