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Dr Francesca Arnavase monograafia "Lewis Carroll’s "Alice” and Cognitive Narratology: Author, Reader and Characters" esitlus toimub 28. juunil kell 19:30.
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Francesca Arnavas: Lewis Carroll’s “Alice” and Cognitive Narratology
June 28, 2021
6:30 pm CEST
Join us for the presentation of Francesca Arnavas’s book "Lewis Carroll’s "Alice” and Cognitive Narratology: Author, Reader and Characters", which proposes a fruitful dialogue between Lewis Carroll’s nonsense masterpieces, the Alice books, and a cognitive narratological approach to literary texts. "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass" and What Alice Found There" are analysed through new theoretical lenses, using concepts taken from the cognitive sciences to explore the minds of the author, the readers and the characters.
The book will be introduced by Prof. Richard Walsh, followed by a conversation with De Gruyter Acquisitions Editor Myrto Aspioti, and a short presentation by the author. Finally, a Q&A session will conclude the event!
Learn more about the title: https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110689273/html
This title is part of De Gruyter's Narratologia series.
Duration: 60 min
Please note the time zone: 5:30 pm BST / 6:30 pm CEST / 7:30 pm EEST
Dr. Francesca Arnavas, Research Fellow at the Institute of Cultural Research, University of Tartu
Prof. Richard Walsh, Department of English and Related Literature, University of York
Myrto Aspioti, Acquisitions Editor De Gruyter
Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iZ-UB2MLQ2qUrWnbAqcpBw
Dr Francesca Arnavas
Institute of Cultural Research
University of Tartu
Book Review Editor, Early Popular Visual Culture
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Lewis Carroll's "Alice" and Cognitive Narratology: Author, Reader and Characters. De Gruyter, 2021. ISBN: 978-3-11-068907-5
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