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story, the teller, and the audience in George MacDonald"s fiction

by Rebecca Thomas Ankeny

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • MacDonald, George, 1824-1905 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Narration (Rhetoric) -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Reader-response criticism.,
  • Storytelling.,
  • Authors and readers.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-153) and index.

    StatementRebecca Thomas Ankeny.
    SeriesStudies in British literature ;, v. 44
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR4969 A55 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 156 p. ;
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6778377M
    ISBN 100773477284, 088946927X
    LC Control Number00021122

      The Princess and the Goblin & The Princess and Curdie (With Original Illustrations): Children's Classics - Fantasy Novels from the Author of Adela Cathcart, Light Princess & Dealings with the Fairies eBook: MacDonald, George, Smith, Jessie Willcox: : Kindle Store. The Story Teller by Shaffiate Kaz Ishmael is a collection of beautiful poems that capture those moments in life we all experience, yet paradoxically are unique to us as individuals. The themes are universal, but the poems and the experiences themselves are uniquely personal. This is the power of a true poet. The ability to bring us together with words that evoke strong personal memories and.

    The Poetical Works of George MacDonald, 2 Volumes () Scotch Songs and Ballads () Rampolli: Growths from a Long-planted Root () Nonfiction: Unspoken Sermons () England's Antiphon (, ) The Miracles of Our Lord () Cheerful Words from the Writing of George MacDonald (), compiled by E. E. Brown. However, relatively little has been written about the impact of ‘live storytelling’ on children and adults. Our conceptualisation of ‘live’ or oral storytelling is of a triadic interaction between a ’teller’, the ‘story’ being told and the ‘audience’, whether it be one listener or many (Killick & Wilson, ).

    An Old Story () They were parted at last, although Each was tenderly dear; As asunder their eyes did go, When first alone and near. 'Tis an old story this--A trembling and a sigh, A gaze in the eyes, a kiss--Why will it not go by? Literature Network» George MacDonald» An Old Story. George MacDonald and His Wife is invaluable as a source of information, as a repository of letters unpublished elsewhere, and, to a lesser extent, for its earnest but rather inexpert critical commentary. I must stress, however, that the biography displays the faults of .


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