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Diversity in Narration and Writing: The Novel

The essays in this volume focus on different prose and audiovisual narratives and their academic and cultural significance as seen in the twenty-first century. Their diverse interpretations of the novel as a genre provide a current academic overview on the variety of interpretive cultures and traditions.

Divided into three sections, the book consciously takes an international perspective in both narrative theory and novel studies in order to deepen the reader’s understanding of classic American and European authors including Gustave Flaubert, Lewis Carroll, James Joyce, Doris Lessing, Jack London, J. M. Coetzee, and David Lodge. In addition, it also offers a profound contribution to international scholarship as it covers works of classic and contemporary Hungarian and Central European writers that have not been discussed in English before. With its unprecedented insights into the depth and diversity of narrative prose traditions, the book will inspire innovative approaches to the concept of the novel in European academic criticism today.

Kornélia Horváth is Professor at the Department of Hungarian Literature at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary. Her research and teaching interests cover twentieth century Hungarian literature and the theory of literature. She has written ten monographs on modern European and Hungarian literature and literary theory, and is the editor-in-chief of the academic journal Filológiai Közlöny.

Judit Mudriczki is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Arts Studies and Art Pedagogy at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary. She received her PhD in Literature and Cultural Studies from Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary. She is a member of the International Society for the Study of Narrative, and her academic interests include Shakespearean drama, modern Hungarian fiction, translation studies, audiovisual translation, and English-Hungarian cultural relations.

Sarolta Osztroluczky is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Hungarian Literature at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary. She wrote a monograph on the poetry of Attila József in 2014, and has published widely on contemporary Hungarian literature. Her other fields of interest include Hungarian prose in the second half of the twentieth century, especially the works of Géza Ottlik, Iván Mándy, and Péter Hajnóczy.

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ISBN: 1-5275-7716-3

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7716-9

Release Date: 12th January 2022

Pages: 305

Price: £63.99