List of Publications



work in progress:

Carceral Topography and Metaphorics: Fact, Fiction, and Fantasy (first draft completed)

Narrative Structure, 1250-1750: A Genre-by-Genre Analysis [On narrative structure in oral narrative and its adoption into late Middle English and early modern English narrative]



Erzähltheorie. Eine Einführung. Fourth, revised edition of Einführung in die Erzähltheorie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2013. 



Erzähltheorie. Eine Einführung. Third, revised edition of Einführung in die Erzähltheorie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2010.



Towards a ‘Natural’ Narratology. London/New York: Routledge, 1996. Second edition, paperback. 



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An Introduction to Narratology. Trans. Patricia Häusler-Greenfield and Monika Fludernik. London: Routledge, 2009.



Erzähltheorie. Eine Einführung. Second, revised edition of Einführung in die Erzähltheorie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2007.



Einführung in die Erzähltheorie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesell­schaft, 2006.




Echoes and Mirrorings: Gabriel Josipovici’s Creative Oeuvre. Frankfurt/New York: Lang, 2000.



Towards a ‘Natural’ Narratology. London/New York: Routledge, 1996.

[winner of the 1996 George & Barbara Perkins Prize]


The Fictions of Language and the Languages of Fiction. The Linguistic Representation of Speech and Consciousness. London/New York: Routledge, 1993. 





In print:

(Ed., together with Suzanne Keene) Interior Spaces and Narrative Perspectives Before 1850. Special issue of Poetics Today. [2014 or 2015]



(Ed., together with Nicole Falkenhayner and Julia Steiner) Faktuales und Fiktionales Erzählen. Würzburg: Ergon, 2015.



Idleness, Indolence and Leisure in English Literature

(Ed., together with Miriam Nandi) Idleness, Indolence and Leisure in British Literature. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2014.

(Ed., together with Daniel Jacob) Linguistics and Literary Studies.Interfaces, Encounters, Transfers /  Linguistik und Literatur-wissenschaft. Begegnungen, Interferenzen und Kooperationen. linguae & litterae, 31. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014.


(Ed., together with John Drakakis) Beyond the New Historicism: Recent Approaches to Early Modern Studies. Special issue of Poetics Today 35.4 (2014). 




(Ed., together with Benjamin Kohlmann) Anglistentag Freiburg 2011: Proceedings. Trier: WVT, 2012.



(Ed.) Beyond Cognitive Metaphor Theory: Perspectives on Literary Metaphor. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics, 3. London: Routledge, 2011.



(Ed., together with Jan Alber) Postclassical Narratology: Approaches and Analyses. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2010.



(Ed., together with Hans-Helmuth Gander and Hans-Jörg Albrecht) Bausteine zu einer Ethik des Strafens. Philosophische, juristische und literaturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven. Würzburg: Ergon, 2008.


(Ed., together with Ralf Schneider) “Cognitive Approaches in Literature and Linguistics”. Section of Anglistentag 2007 Münster. Proceedings. Ed. Klaus Stierstorfer. Trier: WVT. 181-276.



(Ed., together with Uri Margolin) German Narratology. Special issue of Style 38.2-3 (2004).



(Ed., together with Greta Olson) In the Grip of the Law: Prisons, Trials and the Space Between. Frankfurt a.M. u.a.: Lang., 2004.

(Ed., together with Hans-Joachim Gehrke) Identitäten und Alteritäten. Normen, Ausgrenzungen, Hybridisierungen und ‘Acts of Identity’. Identitäten and Alteritäten, 18. Würzburg: Ergon, 2004.


(Ed.) Diaspora and Multiculturalism: Common Traditions and New Developments. Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English, 66. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003.

(Ed., together with Jan Alber) Moderne/Postmoderne. Trier: WVT, 2003.



(Ed., together with Peter Haslinger and Stefan Kaufmann) Der Alteritätsdiskurs des Edlen Wilden: Exotismus, Anthropologie und Zivilisationskritik am Beispiel eines europäischen Topos. Identitäten und Alteritäten, 10. Würzburg: Ergon, 2002.

(Ed., together with Ariane Huml) Fin de siècle. Trier: WVT Trier, 2002. [Essays from a series of lectures in the winter of 1999/2000]


(Ed.) Section entitled “Narrative Voice” in special issue “Voice” of New Literary History 32.3 (2001)



(Ed., together with Vera Alexander) Romantik. Trier: WVT, 2000. 249pp.     [Essays from a series of lectures, Freiburg Summer Term 1998, with additional contributions]

(Ed.) “Section IV: Narratology.” In Anglistentag 1999 Mainz. Proceedings. eds. Berhard Reitz and Sigrid Rieuwerts. Trier: WVT. 343-461.




(Ed., together with Hans-Joachim Gehrke) Grenzgänger zwischen Kulturen. Identitäten und Alteritäten, 1. [Proceedings of the first annual conference of the SFB 541.] Würzburg: Ergon, 1999.

(Ed., together with Donald C. and Margaret H. Freeman) Metaphor and Beyond: New Cognitive Developments. Special issue of Poetics Today 20.3 (1999).



(Ed.) Hybridity and Postcolonialism: Twentieth-Century Indian Literature. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1998. 293 pp.

(Ed., together with Ruth Nestvold) Das 18. Jahrhundert. Trier: WVT, 1998. 306 pp. [Essays from a Ringvorlesung, Freiburg Summer Term 1997, with additional contributions]


(Ed.) Special issue of EJES 2.2 (1998) entitled ‘Literature and Linguistics’


(Guest-Editor) Second-Person Narrative. Special issue. Style 28.3.




(1995-2001) with Ansgar NÜNNING. Handbücher zum literaturwissenschaftlichen Studium (Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier)

(2003-)  Editorial Board member for Narratologia. Contributions to Narrative Theory (de Gruyter)

(2011-)  with Sieglinde LEMKE. Literary and Cultural Studies, Theory and
the (new) Media




in print:

(with Caroline Pirlet) “Towards a 'Natural' Bond of Cognitive and Affective Narratology.” Literature and Cognition special issue edited by Michael Burke.


“Consciousness in Drama: A Cognitive Approach.” Festschrift Rubik. Ed. Elke Mettinger and Eva Müller-Zettelmann. 2015. 

“Blending in Cartoons: The Production of Comedy.” The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies. Ed. Lisa Zunshine. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 2015. 155-75.

“Ideology, Dissidence, Subversion: A Narratological Perspective.” Narratology and Ideology. Encounters between Narrative Theory and Postcolonial Criticism. Ed. Divya Dwivedi, Henrik Skov Nielsen and Richard Walsh. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2015.


“Collective Minds in Fact and Fiction: Intermental Thought and Plural Consciousness in Early Modern Narrative.” Poetics Today special issue Beyond the New Historicism: Recent Approaches to Early Modern Studies 35.4 (2014).

“The Performativity of Idleness: Representations and Stagings of Idleness in the Context of Colonialism.” Idleness, Indolence and Leisure in English Literature. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Miriam Nandi. London: Palgrave, 2014. 129-53.

(with Miriam Nandi) "Introduction." Idleness, Indolence and Leisure in English Literature. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Miriam Nandi. London: Palgrave, 2014. 1-16.

(with Jan Alber) "Mediacy and Narrative Mediation." Handbook of Narratology. Second Edition. Ed. Peter Hühn, John Pier. Wolf Schmid and Jörg Schönert. Berlin de Gruyter, 2014. 310-325.

"Conversational Narration/Oral Narrative." Handbook of Narratology. Second Edition. Ed. Peter Hühn, John Pier. Wolf Schmid and Jörg Schönert. Berlin de Gruyter, 2014. 93-104.

"Closing Statement: Revisiting Jakobson". Linguistics and Literary Studies. Interfaces, Encounters, Transfers /  Linguistik und Literaturwissenschaft. Begegnungen, Interferenzen und Kooperationen. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Daniel Jacob. linguae & litterae, 31. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014. 425-44.

"A Narratology of the Law? Narratives in Legal Discourse". CAL: Analysis of Law: An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review 1.1 (2014): 87-109.

“Verso una narratologia ‘naturale’.” Trans. Filippo Pennacchio. Linguaggio, letteratura e scienze neuro-cognitive. Ed. Stefano Calabrese and Stefano Ballerio. La Ragione Critica, 6. Milano: Ledizioni, 2014. 194-261. [Translation of essay in Journal of Literary Semantics from 1996; reprint of essay in Enthymema from 2013]


“Factual Narrative: A Missing Narratological Paradigm.” Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift [GRM] 63.1 (2013): 117-34. Special issue edited by Ansgar Nünning.

“Eliot and Narrative”. A Companion to George Eliot. Ed. Amanda Anderson and Harry Shaw. Oxford: Blackwell, 2013. 21-34.

“Verso una narratologia ‘naturale’. Trans. Filippo Pennacchio. Enthymema 8 (2013): 141-91. [Translation of essay in Journal of Literary Semantics from 1996]


 “How Natural is ‘Unnatural’ Narratology; or, What is Unnatural About Unnatural Narratology?”. Narrative 20.3 (2012): 357-70.

“The Narrative Forms of Postcolonial Fiction”. The Cambridge History of Postcolonial Literature. Ed. Ato Quayson. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2012. 903-37.

“10. Monika Fludernik”. Narrative Theory and Poetics: Five Questions. Ed. Peer F. Bundgård, Henrik Skov Nielsen and Frederik Stjernfelt. Birkerød, DK: Automatic Press, 2012. 65-7. 

“Narratology and Literary Linguistics” in Oxford Handbooks in Linguistics. Volume: Tense/Aspect. Ed. Robert Binnick. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 2012.

(with Caroline Pirlet) “Narratology”. English and American Studies: Theory and Practice. Ed. Martin Middeke, Timo Müller, Christina Wald and Hubert Zapf. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2012. 225-30.

“Die natürlichkeitstheoretische Erzählforschung (natural narratology) und das Problem kognitiver Wahrnehmungsraster”. Die Macht des Erzählens. Ed. Anja Müller-Wood and Winfried Eckel. Remscheid: Gardez, 2012. [Translation of “Natural Narratology and Cognitive Parameters”, 2004]


“Mündliches und schriftliches Erzählen”. Handbuch Erzählliteratur. Ed. Matías Martínez. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2011. 29-36.

“The Representation of Mind from Chaucer to Aphra Behn”. Narrative Development from Chaucer to Defoe. Ed. Gerd Bayer and Ebbe Klit-gård. Routledge 2011. 40-59.

“Introduction”. Beyond Cognitive Metaphor Theory: Perspectives on Literary Metaphor. Ed. Monika Fludernik. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics, 3. London: Routledge, 2011. 1-16.

“The Category ‘Person’ in Fiction: You and We Narrative and the Question of Authors and Readers”. Current Trends in Narratology. Ed. Greta Olson. Narratologia, 27. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. 101-41.

*(with Greta Olson) “Introduction”. Current Trends in Narratology. Ed. Greta Olson.  Narratologia, 27. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. 1-33.      

“1050-1500: Through a Glass Darkly; or, The Emergence of Mind in Medieval Narrative.” The Emergence of Mind: Representations of Consciousness in Narrative Discourse in English. Ed. David Herman. Univ. of Nebraska Press, 2011. 69-100.

“Point of View”. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Ed. Patrick Colm Hogan. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2011. 632-5.


“Narratology in the 21st Century: The Cognitive Approach to Narrative”. PMLA 125.4 (October 2010): 924-30.

“Narrative and Metaphor”. Language and Style. In Honour of Mick Short. Ed. Dan McIntyre and Beatrix Busse. Palgrave, 2010. 347-63.

“Naturalizing the Unnatural: A View from Blending Theory”. Journal of Literary Semantics 39.1 (2010): 1-27.

“Towards a ‘Natural’ Narratology: Frames and Pedagogy – A Reply to Nilli Diengott”. Journal of Literary Semantics 39.2 (2010): 203-11.

(with Jan Alber) “Introduction”. Postclassical Narratology: Approaches and Analyses. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2010. 1-31.

“Mediacy, Mediation, and Focalization: The Squaring of Terminological Circles”. In Postclassical Narratology: Approaches and Analyses. Ed. Jan Alber and Monika Fludernik. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2010. 105-33.

“Experience, Experientiality and Historical Narrative: A View from Narratology”. Erfahrung und Geschichte: Historische Sinnbildung im Pränarra-tiven. Ed. Thiemo Breyer and Daniel Creutz. Narratologia, 23. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010. 40-72.

„Durch einen dunkel verzerrten Spiegel“ (1 Kor. 13:12). Die Entstehung des Bewusstseins in der englischen Literatur, 1050-1500”. Histori-sche Narratologie. Mediävistische Perspektiven. Ed. Harald Haferland and Matthias Meyer. Trends in Medieval Philology, 19. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010. 281-305.

“Das Gefängnis als Empathieraum: Sympathielenkung und Identifikation mit dem inhaftierten Subjekt an der Wende zum 19. Jahrhundert”. Empathie und Erzählung. Ed. Claudia Breger and Fritz Breithaupt. Freiburg: Rombach, 2010. 151-72.

“Erzählung aus narratologischer Sicht”. Erzählen in den Wissenschaften: Positionen, Probleme, Perspektiven. Ed. Balz Engler. 26. Kolloquium (2009). Kolloquien der Schweizerischen Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften, 26. Fribourg: Academic Press, 2010. 5-22.

“Letters and Chronicles: How Narrative Are They?”. Siting America/Siting Modernity: Essays in Honor of Sonja Bašić. Ed. Jelena Šesnić, Zagreb: FF Press, 2010. 221-38. [reprint of Fludernik 2004]


“Conversational Narration/Oral Narration”. Handbook of Narratology. Ed. Peter Hühn, John Pier, Wolf Schmid and Jörg Schönert. Narratologia, 19. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009. 63-73.

(with Jan Alber) “Mediacy and Narrative Mediation”.  Handbook of Narratology. Hgg. Peter Hühn, John Pier, Wolf Schmid und Jörg Schönert. Narratologia, 19. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009. 174-89.

“The Cage Metaphor: Extending Narratology into Corpus Studies and Opening it to the Analysis of Imagery”. Narratology in the Age of Interdisciplinary Narrative Research. Ed. Sandra Heinen and Roy Sommer. Narratologia, 20. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009. 109-28.

(with Martin Brandenstein) “Images of Crime and the German Justice System in German Trial Soaps.” Images of Crime III: Representations of Crime and the Criminal. Ed. Telemach Serassis, Harald Kania and Hans-Jörg Albrecht. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2009. 165-82.

“Ibsen und Shaw: Schlaglichter einer Affinität”. Das große nordische Orakel: Henrik Ibsen als Leitbild der Moderne. Ed. Heinrich Anz. Skandinavistik: Sprache -- Literatur -- Kultur, 4. Münster: LIT, 2009. 239-59.

“Roman”. Handbuch der literarischen Gattungen. Ed. Dieter Lamping. Stuttgart: Kröner, 2009. 627-45.


“Narrative and Drama.” Theorizing Narrativity. Ed. John Pier and José Angel García Landa. Narratologia, 12. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2008. 355-83.

“The Eighteenth-Century Legacy.” A Companion to Charles Dickens. Ed. David Paroissien. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. 65-80.

“Ethik des Strafens * Literarische Perspektiven”. Bausteine zu einer Ethik des Strafens. Philosophische, juristische und literaturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven. Würzburg: Ergon, 2008. 213-31.

“Introduction: Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Linguistics” (together with Ralf Schneider). Anglistentag 2007 Münster. Proceedings. Ed. Klaus Stierstorfer. Trier: WVT, 2008. 181-5.


“Identity/Alterity.” The Cambridge Companion to Narrative. Ed. David Herman. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2007. 260-73.

“Interfaces of Language: The Case of Irony”. Irony Revisited. Spurensuche in der englischsprachigen Literatur. Ed. Thomas Honegger, Eva-Maria Orth, and Sandra Schwabe. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2007. 11-26.

“Letters as Narrative: Narrative Patterns and Episode Structure in Early Letters, 1400 to 1650.” Methods in Historical Pragmatics. Ed. Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Irma Taavitsainen. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2007. 241-66.

“Carceral Fantasies: A Database Analysis of Prison Metaphors.” Anglistik 18 (2007): 27-40.

“Is There a Postcolonial Sublime?” Proceedings. Anglistentag Halle 2006. Ed. Sabine Volk-Birke und Julia Lippert. Trier: WVT, 2007. 237-47.

“Kanon und Geschlecht.” Freiburger Frauenstudien 20 (2007): Erinnern und Geschlecht, Volume 2. Freiburg: 51-64.

Intr. Beatrix Busse. “The Stylistics of Drama: The Reign of King Edward III.” Contemporary Stylistics. Ed. Marina Lambrou and Peter Stockwell. London: Continuum, 2007. 232-3.


“Threatening the University * The Liberal Arts and the Economization of Culture.” NLH/New Literary History 36.1 (2005): 57-70.

“Histories of Narrative Theory (II): From Structuralism to the Present.” A Companion to Narrative Theory. Ed. James Phelan and Peter Rabinowitz. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 36-59.

“The Metaphorics and Metonymics of Carcerality: Reflections on Imprisonment as Source and Target Domain in Literary Texts.” English Studies 86 (2005): 226-44.

“Metaphoric (Im)Prison(ment) and the Constitution of a Carceral Imaginary.” Anglia 123 (2005): 1-25.

“’Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make’: Rhetorical Strategies and Sentimentalism in the Representation of the Victorian Prison Experience.” Captivating Subjects: Writing Confinement, Citizenship and Nationhood in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Julia Wright and Jason Haslam. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 2005. 144-74.

“Unreliability vs. Discordance: Kritische Betrachtungen zum literatur-wissen­schaftlichen Konzept der erzählerischen ‘Unzuverlässigkeit.’” ‘Was stimmt denn jetzt?’ Unzuverlässiges Erzählen in Literatur und Film. Ed. Fabienne Liptay and Yvonne Wolf. edition text + kritik. Munich: Boorberg, 2005. 39-59.

“Changement de scène, métalepse et mode métaleptique.” Métalepses: Entorses au pacte de la représentation. Ed. John Pier and Jean-Marie Schaeffer. Paris: Presses de l’EHESS, 2004. 73-94. [French translation of Style essay, 2003]

“Allegory, Metaphor, Scene and Expression: English Medieval and Early Modern Lyric Poetry.” Theory into Practice: New Approaches to Poetry. Ed. Margarete Rubik and Eva Müller-Zettelmann. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. 99-124.

“Narrative Structure in the Middle English Prose Romance.” Anglistentag Aachen 2004. Proceedings. Ed. Lilo Moessner and Christa M. Schmidt. Trier: WVT, 2005. 43-51.

Entries “experientiality,” “hybridity,” “speech representation,” “time and narrative,” “letter as narrative,” “naturalisation” and “composite novel” for Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory. Ed. David Herman, Manfred Jahn, and Marie-Laure Ryan. London: Routledge, 2005.                    


(with Greta Olson) “Introduction.” In the Grip of the Law: Prisons, Trials and the Space Between. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Greta Olson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2004. xiii-liv.

“Prison Metaphors: The Carceral Imaginary?” In the Grip of the Law: Prisons, Trials and the Space Between. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Greta Olson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2004. 145-67.

“Caliban Revisited: Robben Island in the Autobiographical Record.” In the Grip of the Law: Prisons, Trials and the Space Between. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Greta Olson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2004. 271-88.

“Literarische Funktionen von Kriminalität.” Alltagsvorstellungen von Kriminalität. Individuelle und gesellschaftliche Bedeutung von Kriminalitätsbildern für die Lebensgestaltung. Ed. Michael Walter, Harald Kania, and Hans-Jörg Albrecht. Kölner Schriften zur Kriminalität und Kriminalpolitik, 5. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2004. 59-76.

“Fiction vs. Reality: What is the Function of Prisons in Literary Texts?” Images of Crime II. Ed. Hans-Jörg Albrecht, Telemach Serassis and Harald Kania. Freiburg: edition iuscrim, 2004. 279-97.

(with Uri Margolin) “Introduction.” German Narratology: 1. Style 38.2 (Summer 2004): 148-87. [appeared 2005]

“Letters and Chronicles: How Narrative Are They?” Essays on Fiction and Perspective. Ed. Göran Rossholm. Frankfurt: Lang, 2004. 129-54. [reprinted 2010]

“Mod en ‘naturlig’ narratologi.” Narratologi. Ed. Stefan Iversen and Henrik Skov Nielsen. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2004. 105-22. [Translation into Danish from Towards a ‘Natural’ Narratology 43-52]


“The Diachronization of Narratology.” Narrative 11.3 (2003). 331-48.

“Chronology, Time, Tense and Experientiality in Narrative.” Language and Literature 12.2 (2003): 117-34.

“The Prison as World * The World as Prison: Theoretical and Historical Aspects of two Recurrent Topoi.” Symbolism 3 (2003): 147-89.

“Metanarrative and Metafictional Commentary.” Poetica 35 (2003): 1-39.

“Scene Shift, Metalepsis, and the Metaleptic Mode.” Style 37.4 (2003): 382-400. [appeared November 2004]

“Natural Narratology and Cognitive Parameters.” Narrative Theory and the Cognitive Sciences. Ed. David Herman. Stanford, CA: CSLI [Center for the Study of Language and Information Stanford, California] Publications, 2003. 243-267.

“The Diasporic Imaginary: Postcolonial Reconfigurations in the Context of Multiculturalism.” Diaspora and Multiculturalism: Common Traditions and New Developments. Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English, 66. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003. xi-xxxviii.

“Imagined Communities as Imaginary Homelands? The South Asian Diaspora in Fiction.” Diaspora and Multiculturalism: Common Traditions and New Developments. Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English, 66. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003. 261-85.

“Selbst- und Fremdbestimmung: Literarische Texte und die Thematisierung von Aus- und Abgrenzungsmechanismen”. Zwischen Ausgrenzung und Hybri­di­sierung. Zur Konstruktion von Identitäten aus kulturwissenschaftlicher Perspektive. Tagungsband zur vierten Jahrestagung des SFB 541 der Universität Freiburg, April 2001. Ed. Elisabeth Vogel, Wolfram Lutte­rer and Antonia Napp. Identitäten und Alteritäten, 14. 2003. 123-43.    

“Erhabene Postmoderne? Technologie, Gewalt und Ästhetik zwischen Atombombe und dem 11. September.” Moderne/Postmoderne. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Jan Alber. Trier: WVT, 2003. 243-67.

“Zur Einführung.” Moderne/Post­moderne. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Jan Alber. Trier: WVT, 2003. 1-15.

“History of Narratology: A Rejoinder.” Poetics Today 24.3 (2003): 405-11. [Response to David Darby, “Form and Context: An Essay in the History of Narratology,” Poetics Today 22.4: 829-852.]


“Der edle Wilde als Kehrseite des Kulturprogressivismus.” Der Alteritätsdiskurs des Edlen Wilden: Exotismus, Anthropologie und Zivilisationskritik am Beispiel eines europäischen Topos. Hgg. Monika Fludernik, Peter Haslin­ger und Stefan Kaufmann. Identitäten und Alteritäten, 10. Würzburg: Ergon, 2002: 157-76.

“Religion und Ästhetik im Fin de siècle: Von den Präraphaeliten zu Oscar Wildes Salome.” Fin de siècle. Ed. Monika Fludernik und Ariane Huml. Trier: WVT, 2002. 85-121.

“The Constitution of Hybridity: Postcolonial Interventions.” Satya Nilayam. Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy 2 (2002): 15-49. Reprint of essay in Hybridity and Postcolonialism, ed. Fludernik (Tübingen: Stauffen­burg, 1998).

“Tempus und Zeitbewußtsein: Erzähltheoretische Überlegungen am Beispiel englischer Literatur.” Zeit und Roman. Zeiterfahrung im historischen Wandel und ästhetischer Paradigmenwechsel vom sechszehnten Jahr­hundert bis zur Postmoderne. Ed. Martin Middeke. Würzburg: Königs­hausen & Neumann, 2002. 21-32.

“Sprachwissenschaft * Modell und Methode.” Literaturwissenschaft intermedial * interdisziplinär. Ed. Herbert Foltinek and Christoph Leitgeb. [Proceedings of a conference at the Austrian Academy of Science in June 2001]. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissen­schaf­ten, 2002. 121-30.

“The Prison as Colonial Space.” Cycnos 19.2 (2002): 175-90. (=Special Issue “Droit et littérature. Actes du Colloque Nice 28 et 29 juin 2001.” Ed. Jacqueline Berben-Masi) [appeared 2003]

“The sublime” in: Literary Dictionary, ed. Robert Clark. New entries.

Entries “Gabriel Josipovici” and Sunetra Gupta” for Ansgar Nünning, Metzler Lexikon englischer Autoren. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2002. 2 vols.

Entries “Gabriel Josipovici,” “the sublime,” and “free indirect discourse” for Robert Clark, ed., Literary Dictionary.

“Wissenschaft und Lehre: Warum Lehrer eine wissenschaftliche Ausbildung durchlaufen sollen.” Forum at the Anglistentag, Vienna 2001. Anglistik 13.1 (2002): 16-20.

(together with Miriam Nandi) “Hybridität * Theorie und Praxis”. Polylog 8 (2001): 7-24. [appeared 2002]



“Fiction vs Non-Fiction: Narratological Differentiations.” Erzählen und Erzähltheorie im 20. Jahrhundert. Festschrift für Wilhelm Füger. Ed. Jörg Helbig. Heidelberg: Winter, 2001. 85-103.

“New Wine in Old Bottles? Voice, Focalization and New Writing.” NLH/New Literary History 32.3 (2001): 619-38.

“William Godwin’s Caleb Williams: The Tarnishing of the Sublime.” ELH/English Literary History 68.4 (Winter 2001): 857-96. [Reprinted in Nineteenth-Century Literature, 130. Gale Publishers, 2003. 169-89]

“Spectacle, Theatre and Sympathy in William Godwin’s Caleb Williams.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 14.1 (2001). 1-30.

“Sympathetic Affect and Artful Deception: Rhetorical Ambivalence in William Godwin’s Caleb Williams.” Engendering Images of Man in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. Walter Göbel, Saskia Schabio and Martin Windisch. Trier: WVT, 2001. 81-96.

“Noble Savages and Calibans: Dryden and Colonial Discourse.” Dryden and the Age of Neoclassicism. Eds. Wolfgang Görtschacher and Holger Klein. Studies in English and Comparative Literature, 17. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2001. 273-88.

“The Establishment of Internal Focalization in Odd Pronominal Contexts.” New Pe­rspectives on Narrative Perspective. Eds. Willie van Peer and Seymour Chatman. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001. 101-113.

Entries “Gabriel Josipovici”, “the sublime”, “free indirect discourse” for Robert Clark’s Literary Dictionary. http://www.Literary

“The sublime” in: ABES, ed. Robert Clark. New entries.



“Discourse markers in Malory’s Morte D’Arthur.” Journal of Historical Pragmatics 1.2 (2000): 231-62.    

“Genres, Text Types, or Discourse Modes * Narrative Modalities and Generic Categorization”  Style 34.2 (2000): 274-92. (special issue, ed. Brian Richardson)

“Beyond Structuralism in Narratology: Recent Developments and New Horizons in Narrative Theory.” Anglistik 11.1 (2000): 83-96.

“Suttee as Heroic Martyrdom, Liebestod, and as Emblem of Women’s Oppression: From Orientalist to Feminist Appropriations of a Hindu Rite in Four Narrative Genres.”  RANAM 33 (2000): 145-80.

“Einleitung” (with Vera Alexander). Romantik. Eds. Vera Alexander and Monika Fludernik. Trier: WVT Trier, 2000. 1-5.

“Vom Erhabenen zur Sphärenmusik: Kunst und Inspiration in der englischen Romantik.” Romantik. Eds. Vera Alexander und Monika Fludernik. Trier: WVT Trier, 2000. 217-44.

“The Hybridity of Discourses about Hybridity: Kipling’s ‘Naboth’ as an Allegory of Postcolonial Discourse.” Crossover: Cultural Hybridity in Ethnicity, Gender, Ethics. Ed. Therese Steffen. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2000. 151-68.                  

(with Stephan Kohl and Hubert Zapf) “Vorbild Nordamerika? Zum problematischen Vergleich des nordamerikanischen und deutschen Hochschulsystems (Stellungnahme des Deutschen Anglistenverbandes)” Anglistik 11.2 (2000): 11-23.

“The sublime” in: ABES [Annotated Bibliography of English Studies], ed. Robert Clark. Some 30 entries.



“Suttee Revisited: From the Iconography of Martyrdom to the Burkean Sublime.” NLH/New Literary History 30.2 (1999): 411-37.

“Cross-Mirrorings of Alterity: The Colonial Scenario and its Psychological Legacy.” ARIEL 30.3 (1999): 29-62.

“When the Self is an Other: Vergleichende erzähltheoretische und postkoloniale Überlegungen zur Identitäts(de)konstruktion in der (exil)indischen Gegenwartsliteratur.” Anglia 117.1 (1999): 71-96.

“Carceral Topography: Spatiality and Liminality in the Literary Prison.” Textual Practice 13.1 (1999): 43-77.

“Metaphor and Beyond: An Introduction.” (together with Donald C. and Margaret H. Freeman) Poetics Today 20.3 (1999): 383-96.

“The Genderization of Narrative.” Recent Trends in Narratological Research. Papers from the Narratology Round Table, ESSE 4 (September 1997, Debrecen, Hungary) and other contributions. Ed. John Pier. GRAAT [Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de Tours] 21, 1999. 153-75.

“Defining (In)Sanity: The Narrator of ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ and the Question of Unreliability.” Grenzüberschreitungen: Narratologie im Kontext/ Transcending Boundaries: Narratology in Context. Eds. Walter Grünzweig and Andreas Solbach. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1999. 75-96.

“Grenze und Grenzgänger: Topologische Etuden.” Grenzgänger zwischen Kulturen. Proceedings der ersten Jahrestagung des SFB 541. Eds. Monika Fludernik and Hans-Joachim Gehrke. Würzburg: Ergon, 1999. 99-108.

[untitled]. Editorial Board Symposium: The Anxiety of Influence, Part 2. Language and Literature 8.1 (1999): 67-70.

“A European View of the MLA.” PMLA 114.5 (1999): 107-8.



“Introduction.” Hybridity and Postcolonialism: Twentieth-Century Indian Literature. Ed. Monika Fludernik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1998. 9-18.    

“The Constitution of Hybridity: Postcolonial Interventions.” Hybridity and Postcolonialism: Twentieth-Century Indian Literature. Ed. Monika Fludernik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1998. 19-53. Reprinted Satya Nilayam. Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy 2 (2002): 15-49.     

“Colonial vs Cosmopolitan Hybridity.” Hybridity and Postcolonialism: Twentieth-Century Indian Literature. Ed. Monika Fludernik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1998. 261-90.

“Einleitung: Das ‘neue’ achtzehnte Jahrhundert.” Das 18. Jahrhundert. Eds. Monika Fludernik and Ruth Nestvold. Literatur und Realität, 17. Trier: WVT, 1998. 5-15.

“Aesthetik und Rhetorik im achtzehnten Jahrhundert: Edmund Burke, das Erhabene und die Französische Revolution.” Das 18. Jahrhundert. Eds. Monika Fludernik and Ruth Nestvold. Literatur und Realität, 17. Trier: WVT, 1998. 215-51.

“The Rhetoric of Readerly Vraisemblance and the Strategies of Joyce’s Rewritings.” Images of Joyce. Proceedings of the 12th International James Joyce Conference Monte-Carlo, 10-17 June 1990. Eds. Clive Hart, C. George Sandulescu, Bonnie K. Scott and Fritz Senn. The Princess Grace Library, 11. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1998. 85-103.

“Strange Bedfellows: Linguistic Theory and Practice in Current Literary Scholarship.” EJES 2.2 (1998): 131-5. [Introduction to special issue]

“Angela Carter’s Pronominal Acrobatics: Language in ‘The Erl-King’ and ‘The Company of Wolves.’” EJES 2.2 (1998): 215-37.

“Sunetra Gupta, ‘The Glassblower’s Breath.’” Kindlers Neues Literaturlexikon, vol. 21, Supplement A - K. Munich: Kindler Verlag GmbH, 1998. 520-521.

“Gabriel Josipovici, ‘Contre-Jour: A Triptych after Pierre Bonnard.’” Kindlers Neues Literaturlexikon, vol. 21, Supplement A - K. Munich: Kindler Verlag GmbH, 1998. 652-653.

“Discourse Representation.” 319-22.

“Narratology.”  900-905.

“Fable” (together with Parvin Loloi) 395-97.

Entries for the Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Paul Schellinger. Chicago, IL: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998.



“Linguistic Signals and Interpretative Strategies: Linguistic Models in Performance, with special reference to free indirect discourse.” Language and Literature 5.2 (1996): 93-113.

“Towards a ‘Natural’ Narratology.” Journal of Literary Semantics 25.2 (1996): 97-142.

“Linguistics and Literature: Prospects and Horizons in the Study of Prose.” Journal of Pragmatics 26 (1996): 583-611.

“Distorting Language at Its Roots. (Late) Modernist and Postmodernist Experiments with Narrative Language.” Sprachkunst 26.1 (1996): 109-126.

“Vorformen und Vorläufer des englischen Romans.” Eine andere Literaturge­schichte. Ed. Ansgar Nünning. WVT Handbücher zum literaturwissen­schaftlichen Studium, 2. Trier: WVT, 1996. 61-76.

Comment. “On Wolfgang Dressler’s ‘Parallelisms between Natural Text­lingu­ist­ics and other components of Natural Linguistics.’” Naturalness Within and Across Components. Papers from the Kraków Workshop on Natural Linguistics. Ed. Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk. Sprachtypologie und Uni­versalienforschung (STUF). Leipzig: Akademie Verlag, 1996. 322-329.



“The Linguistic Illusion of Alterity: The Free Indirect as Paradigm of Discourse Representation.” Diacritics 25.4 (Winter 1995): 89-115.

“Pronouns of Address and ‘Odd’ Third Person Forms: The Mechanics of Involve­ment in Fiction.” In: New Essays on Deixis. Discourse, Narrative, Literature. Ed. Keith Green. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 99-129.

“Middle English tho and other narrative discourse markers.” Historical Pragmatics. Pragmatics and Beyond New Series Vol. 35. Ed. Andreas Jucker. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1995. 359-92.

“Narrative Strategies in Early English Fiction: From Renaissance Prose to Aphra Behn.” Narrative Strategies in Early English Fiction. Proceedings of the Conference, Salzburg September 1994. Ed. Wolfgang Görtschacher and Holger Klein. Lewiston,NY/Salzburg: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. 5-24.

“Sprachwissenschaft und Literaturwissenschaft: Paradigmen, Methoden, Funktionen und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten.” Literaturwissenschaftliche Theorien, Methoden und Modelle. Ed. Ansgar Nünning. Trier: Wissen­schaft­licher Verlag Trier, 1995. 119-36.

Erzähltexte mit unüblichem Personalpronominagebrauch: engl. one und it, frz. on, dt. man.” Erlebte Rede und impressionistischer Stil. Europäische Erzählprosa im Vergleich mit ihren deutschen Übersetzungen. Ed. Dorothea Kullmann. Göttingen: Wallstein, 1995. 283-308.



Introduction: Second-Person Narrative and Related Issues.” Style 28.3 (1994): 281-311.

Second-Person Narrative as a Test Case for Narratology: The Limits of Realism.” Style 28.3 (1994): 445-79.

Second-Person Narrative: A Bibliography.” Style 28.4 (1994): 525-48.

History and Metafiction: Experience, Causality, and Myth” In: Historio­graphic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature, Eds. Bernd Engler and Kurt Müller. Paderborn: Schöningh, 1994. 81-102.



Second Person Fiction: Narrative YOU as Addressee and/or Protagonist.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik [AAA] 18.2 (1993): 217-47.

Narratology in Context.” Poetics Today 14.4 (1993): 729-61. [Review Essay]



Narrative Schemata and Temporal Anchoring.” Journal of Literary Semantics 21.2 (1992): 118-53.

Subversive Irony: Reflectorization, Trustworthy Narration and Dead-Pan Narrative in The Mill on the Floss.” REAL 8 (1991-1992): 157-82.

The Historical Present Tense in English Literature: An Oral Pattern and its Literary Adaptation.” Language and Literature 17 (1992) (Crosscurrents of Influence special issue 1992): 77-107. (published at Trinity University, English Deptm., San Antonio TX 78212-7200)

Truth as Signifier and Signified in A Touch of the Poet: A Deconstructionist Reading.” New Trends in English and American Studies. Proceedings of the Fifth International Cracow 1990, April 2-7. Eds. Marta Gibinska and Zygmunt Mazur. Kraków: “Universitas”, 1992. 241-60.



 Shifters and Deixis: Some Reflections on Jakobson, Jespersen, and Reference.” Semiotica 86.3-4 (1991): 193-230.

The Historical Present Tense Yet Again: Tense Switching and Narrative Dynamics in Oral and Quasi-Oral Storytelling.” Text 11.3 (1991): 365-98.

The Illusion of Truth in Eugene O’Neill’s A Touch of the Poet: Dynamics and Reversals.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 36.3 (1991): 317-35.

Ichinotani Futaba Gun’ki: A Kabuki Parallel to On Baile’s Strand.” The Harp (Bulletin of IASAIL Japan) 6 (1991): 6-26.



Byron, Napoleon, and Thorough-Bred Mares: Symbolism and Semiosis in Eugene O’Neill’s A Touch of the Poet.” Sprachkunst 21.2 (1990):  335-52.

Jespersen’s Shifters: Reflections on Deixis and Subjectivity in Language.” Klagenfurter Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft. Vor­träge der 16. österreichische Linguistentagung (Salzburg, 8.-11. 12. 1988). KBS 15 (1989)-16 (1990): 97-116.



Hänsel & Gretel, and Dante: The Coordinates of Hope in Gravity’s Rainbow.” AAA [Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik] 14.1 (1989): 39-55.

Methoden der Erzähltheorie.” Österreichische Hochschulzeitung. Magazin für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Praxis 41.5 (1989): 15.



“’The Divine Accident of Life’: Metaphoric Structure and Meaning in Winesburg, Ohio.” Style 22.1 (1988): 116-35.



Winesburg, Ohio: The Apprenticeship of George Willard.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 32.4 (1987): 431-52.

The ‘Ulyssean’ Paradigm of the Modern Novel.” Literary Interrelations: Ireland, England and the World. vol.2 “Comparison and Impact.” Eds. Wolfgang Zach and Heinz Kosok. Tübingen: Günter Narr, 1987. 293-98.



The Dialogic Imagination of Joyce: Form and Function of Dialogue in Ulysses.” Style 20:1 (1986): 42-57.

Ithaca’ - An Essay in Non-Narrativity.” International Perspectives on James Joyce. Ed. Gottlieb Gaiser. Troy, NY: Whitston, 1986. 88-105.

Narrative and its Development in Ulysses.” The Journal of Narrative Technique 16:1 (1986): 15-40.



Ulysses and Joyce’s Change of Artistic Aims: External and Internal Evidence.” James Joyce Quarterly 23.2 (1985-86): 173-88.



GLAGE, Liselotte. Jane Austen: ‘Pride and Prejudice’. Text und Ge­schichte. Modellanalysen zur englischen und amerikanischen Literatur. Munich: Fink, 1984. [GRM 37.3 (1987): 350-354]

KOUWENHOVEN, Jan Karel. Apparent Narrative as Thematic Metaphor: The Organization of the ‘Faerie Queene.’ Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983. [GRM 37.4 (1987): 480-482]

BUTTIGIEG, Joseph A. A Portrait of the Artist in Different Perspective. Athens, Ohio: Ohio Univ. Press, 1987. [MFS 34.4 (1988): 687-689]

SCHWARZ, Daniel R. Reading Joyce’s ‘Ulysses.’ New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1987. [MFS 34.4 (1988): 687-689; “Response to Daniel Schwarz” MFS 35.4 (1989): 722-723]

HUME, Kathryn. Pynchon’s Mythography. An Approach to ‘Grav­ity’s Rainbow.’ Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1987. [GRM 39 (1989):115-117]

HOHMANN, Charles. Thomas Pynchon’s ‘Gravity’s Rainbow.’ A Study of Its Conceptual Structure and of Rilke’s In­flu­ence. New York: Peter Lang, 1986. [GRM 39 (1989): 118-121]

VERSTEEGEN, Heinrich. James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ in vier deutschen Übersetzungen samt einem Ausblick auf die niederländische Übersetzung. Studien zur englischen und amerikanischen Literatur, 12. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 1988. [James Joyce Literary Supplement 4.1 (Spring 1990): 7-8]

Jf RGENSEN, Kathrine Sf rensen Ravn. La Théorie du Roman. Thèmes et Modes. Copenhagen: Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnold Busck, 1987. [Comparative Literature 42.4 (1990): 371-373.]

SCHWAB, Gabriele. Entgrenzungen und Entgrenzungsmythen. Zur Subjektivität im modernen Roman. Daniel Defoe. Herman Melville. Virginia Woolf. James Joyce. Samuel Beckett. Thomas Pynchon. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1987. AAA 15.2 (1990): 172-176.

NEUSE, Werner. Geschichte der erlebten Rede und des inneren Monologs in der deutschen Prosa. American University Studies, Series I. Germanic Languages and Literatures, 88. New York: Peter Lang, 1990. The German Quarterly 65.3-4 (1992): 476-478.

HOESTEREY, Ingeborg. Ed. Zeitgeist in Babel. The Post-Modernist Controversy. Indiana Univ. Press, 1991. German Quarterly 66.2 (1993): 260-263.

WALES, Katie. The Language of James Joyce. London: Macmillan, 1992. Language and Literature 2.2 (1993): 135-136.

FLEISCHMAN, Suzanne, and Linda R. WAUGH. Eds. Discourse Pragmatics and the Verb. The Evidence from Romance. London: Routledge, 1991. Journal of Literary Semantics 23.2 (1994): 132-41.

VIRTANEN, Tuija. Discourse Functions of Adverbial Placement in English. Clause-Initial Adverbials of Time and Place in Narratives and Procedural Place Descriptions. Åbo: Åbo Akademi, 1992. Language and Literature 4.1 (1995): 64-7.

SELL, Roger, and Peter VERDONK (Eds.) Literature and the New Interdisciplinarity. Poetics, Linguistics, History. DQR Studies in Literature, 14. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. Language and Literature 4.3 (1995): 224-7.

WOLF, Werner. Ästhetische Illusion und Illusionsdurchbrechung in der Erzählkunst. Theorie und Geschichte mit Schwerpunkt auf englischem illusionsstorenden Erzählen. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1993. Poetica 27.1-2 (1995): 218-24.

GROSS, Sabine. Lesezeichen. Kognition, Medium und Materialität im Leseprozeß. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1994. Poetics Today 18.1 (1997): 117-20/

BALDWIN, Shauna Singh. English Lessons and Other Stories. Fredericton, NB: Goose Lane, 1996. India-Star*A Literary Magazine (April 1997). []

BRONFEN, Elisabeth, Benjamin MARIUS, and Therese STEFFEN (Eds.) Hybride Kulturen. Beiträge zur anglo-amerikanischen Multikulturalismusdebatte. Stauffenburg Discussion. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1997. ZAA 46.4 (1998): 379-82.

STUMMER, Peter O., and Christopher BALME (Eds.) Fusion of Cultures? Cross/Cultures, 26. ASNEL Papers 2. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996. ZAA 46.4 (1998): 379-82.

BRINTON, Laurel J. Pragmatic Markers in English. Grammaticalization and Discourse Functions. Topics in English Linguistics, 19. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1996. Style 32.4 (1998): 694-6.

SCHÄFFNER, Raimund. Anarchismus und Literatur in England. Von der Französischen Revolution bis zum Ersten Weltkrieg. Heidelberg: Winter, 1997. GRM 49.4: 489-92.

NÜNNING, Ansgar (1998) Ed. ‘Unreliable Narration’: Studien zur Theorie und Praxis un­glaub­würdigen Erzählens in der englischsprachigen Erzählliteratur. Trier: Wissen­schaft­licher Verlag Trier. Poetica 32.1-2 (2000): 251-55.

TUMANOV, Vladimir. Mind Reading: Unframed Direct Interior Monologue in European Fiction. Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissen­schaft, 19. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997. New Comparison  26 (2000): 182-4.

NÜNNING, Ansgar, and Vera NÜNNING (1998) Englische Literatur des 18.Jahrhunderts. UNI Wissen. Stuttgart: Klett. ZAA 49.1 (2001): 88-89.

NORRICK, Neal (2000) Conversational Narrative. Storytelling in Everyday Talk. Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science, 203. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Language and Literature 11.2 (2002): 186-9

NÜNNING, Ansgar (1998) Ed. Metzler Lexikon Literatur- und Kulturtheorie. Stuttgart: Metzler. ZAA 49.3 (2001): 286-88.

HERMAN, David (1999) Ed. Narratologies. New Perspectives on Narrative Analysis. Theory and Interpretation of Narrative Series. Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press. GRM 52.2 (2002): 322-25.

WIEST-KELLNER, Ursula (1999) Messages from the Threshold. Die You-Erzählform als Ausdruck liminaler Wesen und Welten. Bielefeld: Aisthesis. ZAA 50.1 (2002): 100-102.

VERTOVEC, Steven, and Robin COHEN (1999) Eds. Migration, Diasporas and Transnationalism. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publ. Anglia 120.3 (2002): 435.42.

ROBINSON, Ian (1998) The Establishment of Modern English Prose in the Reformation and the Enlightenment. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. AAA 27.2 (2002): 282-3.

NÜNNING, Ansgar, and Vera NÜNNING (2000) Eds. Multiperspektivisches Erzählen. Zur Theorie und Ge­schichte der Perspektivenstruktur im englischen Roman des 18. bis 20. Jahrhunderts. Trier: WVT. GRM 53 (2003): 262-67.

IRELAND, Ken (2001) The Sequential Dynamics of Narrative. Energies at the Margins of Fiction. Madison, WI: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Press, London: Associated Univ. Presses. Language & Literature 12.4 (2003): 373-75.

ROBERTS, Geoffrey (2001) Ed. The History and Narrative Reader. London: Routledge. Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 156 (2004): 178-80.

FITZMAURICE, Susan M. (2002) The Familiar Letter in Early Modern English. A Pragmatic Approach. Pragmatics and Beyond, 95. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 5.2 (2004): 337-41. Reprinted: Letter Writing. Ed. Terttu Nevalainen and Sanna/Kaisa Tanskanen. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2007. 155-9.

NÜNNING, Ansgar, and Vera NÜNNING (2002) Ed. Erzähltheorie transgenerisch, intermedial, interdisziplinär. WVT Handbücher zum literaturwissenschaftlichen Studium, 5. Trier: WVT. GRM 54 (2004): 485-87.

PALMERI, Frank (2003) Satire, History, Novel: Narrative Forms, 1665-1815. Cranbury, NJ: Associated Univ. Presses. Eighteenth-Century Fiction 18 (2005-6): 255-7.

HERMAN, David (2002) Story Logic. Problems and Possibilities of Narrative. Lincoln, NE: Univ. of Nebraska Press. GRM 55.4 (2005): 486-90.

KINDT, Tom, and Hans-Harald MÜLLER (2003) Ed. What is Narratology? Questions and Answers Regarding the Status of a Theory. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Arbitrium 1 (2005): 11-14.

HARWEG, Roland, Elke HARWEG, and Peter CANISIUS (2003) Sekundäre Unbestimmtheit. Studien zu einer universellen Sonderform der Redewiedergabe. Aachen: Shaker. Jahrbuch der ungarischen Germanistik 2005: 401-403.

O’GORMAN, Francis, and Katherine TURNER (2004) Ed. The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century. Reassessing the Tradition. London: Ashgate. Dickens Quarterly 23: 196-9.

KEEN, Suzanne (2007) Empathy and the Novel. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. [Style]

HERMAN, David (2009) Basic Elements of Narrative. Oxford: Blackwell. [AAA]

GOMES, Mario (2008) Gedankenlesemaschinen. Modelle für eine Poetologie des inneren Monologs. Freiburg: Rombach. [Monatshefte für deutsche Literatur und Kultur]

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