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Narrative Form and Chaos Theory in Sterne, Proust, Woolf, and Faulkner

 
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Drawing on the insights offered by contemporary chaos theory, Narrative Form and Chaos Theory explores how models of turbulent dynamical systems in the physical world parallel structures in certain kinds of narratives. By closely looking at Laurence Sternes Tristram Shandy, Marcel Prousts In Search of Lost Time, Virginia Woolfs Mrs. Dalloway, and William Faulkners Absalom, Absalom!, Parker demonstrates how these insights can be applied to the analysis of narrative structure and meaning. This innovative interdisciplinary work will appeal to scholars interested in narratology and in the connection between chaos theory and literature.



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Tags: Chaos, Narrative, insights, Faulkners, Absalom