Author’s Image in "Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage" by George Gordon Byron
Chapter 1 NARRATOLOGY
The problems of narratolgy are very topical in every literary work. Each narrative work has author, writer, narrator and usually hero and point of view. One, who writes, first of all, has to choose his work’s characters, narrator and point of view from which it will be told. And only after considering those aspects, one can start writing. Also, when analysing literary work, such as the poem, the story or the novel, knowledge of the terms of narratology is very essential. Terms narrator, writer and author are very similar and only knowing their difference, one can identify them in the literary work. Problematic aspects of narratology are very important in the process of differentiating from which perspective story is told, who narrates it, who are the characters and who is the author.
The author is going to discuss the meaning of the term “narratology” that includes terms: “narrator”, “hero”, “writer”, “author” and “point of view”. Besides that, the author of the paper will analyse the main differences of those terms. Narratology investigates the meaning of narrative and its structure. A narrative is simply an account or a story related by a narrator, the teller of the story. All novels and short stories are narratives. (Barton, Hudson 1997: 114)
Narratology is a study and theory of narrative and narrative structure and narratology examines how it impacts people perception. Dino Felluga http://www.purdue.edu/guidetotheory/narratology/modules/introduction.html states that the study of narrative is particularly important since our ordering of time and space in narrative forms constitutes one of the primary ways we construct meaning in general.
Narratology examines the manner in which our experiences with narrative work to shape our understanding of our selves (we tend to perceive our lives as stories) and our world. It discusses the ways in which narrative delight is produced, and influence what this has on people awareness. http://www.uni-koeln.de/~ame02/pppn.htm#N2.
Merriam Webster (1997: 339) suggests that narratology is literary theory and it examines narrative structure. Narratology is grounded on the idea of common literary language or a universal system of codes that functions in the text of a written work. In the 20th century the development of this theory and its appropriate terminology quickened.
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