Definition of narratological in English:


Pronunciation /ˌnarətlˈäjikəl/


See narratology

‘What Conrad stages is in fact a narratological coup over the anonymous authority he has set up precisely for this purpose.’
  • ‘But there is a second condition necessary for the production of the uncanny in fiction, a condition less psychological than narratological.’
  • ‘For Barthes, the third meaning exists in those details of the image that surpass their narratological function, representing ‘a structuration which leaks from inside.’’
  • ‘The psychological goal of such amnesia was the elimination of traumatic fixation; the narratological goal was the elimination of chaotic, incoherent reminiscence.’
  • ‘The expressivist and the narratological concepts of voice do not necessarily operate independently, however.’