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Narratological Styles of Fairy Tales

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Roy Eldridge

on 20 June 2014

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Narratological Styles of Fairy Tales
Communication Model
Author - Brothers Grimm
Implied Author - Someone Telling a moral lesson
Narrator - Heterodiegetic, Omnisicient and Covert
Narratee - Implicit
Implied Reader - Needs to be told a moral lesson
Real Reader - US
Reliability
Narrator appears to be completely Omniscient and Unbiased. Introspective when needed.
Structure
Once upon a time
Task to fulfill
Flaw
Happy ending
Moral
Black and White
Modes
Almost completely Diegetic, some mimesis between wolf and little red cap/ridding hood.
Creates distance, makes it more unbiased and leaves some room for interpretation.

Moral Lesson
Allows reader to discover themselves, reliable and unbiased.
Sources
wortwuchs.net/maerchen-merkmale/

Hühn, Peter, Wolf Schmid, Jörg Schönert, eds. (2009). Point of View, Perspective and Focalization: Modeling Mediation in Narrative. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Hühn, Peter et al. (eds): The living handbook of narratology. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press.
URL = hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/lhn
[view date: 13 June 2014]

http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/grimm026.html

Applause for the Fatman
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