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Travelling Concepts: New Fictionality Studies

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Edited By Monika Fludernik and Henrik Skov Nielsen

This volume is co-edited by the director of the Freiburg graduate school "Factual and Fictional Narration" (GRK 1767, Freiburg/Germany) and the director of the Aarhus Centre for Fictionality Studies (University of Aarhus, DK). The collection of essays re-examines the much discussed fact―fiction distinction in light of the current burgeoning of research on fictionality. It provides a forum for ongoing work on fictionality from France, Germany and Denmark and Sweden. By placing discussions of the notion of fictionality in one volume, the editors hope to initiate exchange between the different traditions represented in the essays und to help the task of translating the available concepts and terminologies so they can travel between different models and theoretical frameworks.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

MONIKA FLUDERNIK, HENRIK SKOV NIELSEN

Introduction

FRANK ZIPFEL

Invention and Fictionality

JOHANNES FRANZEN

Contested Inventions: Fictionality and Ethics

FRANÇOISE LAVOCAT

The Frontiers between Fact and Fiction in the Light of Tridimensional Comparatism

EVA VON CONTZEN, STEFAN TILG

Fictionality before Fictionality? Historicizing a Modern Concept

SIMONA ZETTERBERG GJERLEVSEN

Inventing History: Fictionality in the Historical Novel in Britain and Denmark

TOBIAS KLAUK, TILMANN KÖPPE

Authors, Fictional Narrators, and Literary Appreciation

HENRIK SKOV NIELSEN

Factuality and Fictionality in ʻFake Newsʼ

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