This study focuses on the crucial interplay between dialogue and narrative in Adalbert Stifter's works and relates this to their overall structure. Stifter, a conservative and often didactic writer, is nevertheless shown to present a complex view of reality which incorporates subjective and sometimes subversive voices.I am thinking, for example, of the inherent drama of dialogue, the sense that it is an event in time that can engender other acts; ... J. L. Austin, How to do Things with Words (Oxford, 1962) and John R. Searle, Speech Acts: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language (Cambridge, 1969). 5. ... (1975), quoted in Andrew K. Kennedy, Dramatic Dialogue: The Duologue of Personal Encounter (Cambridge, 1983), p.
|Title||:||Dialogue and Narrative Design in the Works of Adalbert Stifter|
|Publisher||:||MHRA - 1991|