Meaning of narratologist in English:

narratologist

noun

See narratology

‘If only the author had given equal hearing to the narratologists from the literary mainstream, this text would have made a wonderful interface between the two approaches.’
  • ‘In the post-WWII generation, it has become a term handmade for literary theorists and speculators, narratologists and narrativists, and other neo-narrative onlookers.’
  • ‘Long after Narrative Discourse, narratologists continue to be alarmed at the modernist novel's failure to oblige a contract of comprehension.’
  • ‘The analysis of free-indirect discourse has reached a high degree of refinement among narratologists and narrative theorists.’
  • ‘Likewise, the French narratologist A. J. Greimas proposed that there are only six basic roles in stories: subject, object, sender, receiver, helper, and opponent.’