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. Empirical Studies of the Arts 16 179 191 Gergen, K. J. and Gergen, M. M. (1988): Narrative and the self as

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, D. E. (1988): Narrative Knowing and the Human Sciences. Albany: SUNY Press. Narrative Knowing and the Human Sciences. Pólya T. (2003): Az

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live there, form the foundation of several genres of oral literature. Verbal charms, as “traditional verbal forms intended by their effect on supernature to bring about change in the world in which we live” ( ROPER 2003 :8), and belief narratives, as

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some of the most commonly used narrative charms from later medieval Wales up to the beginning of the early modern era, taking into consideration the ways in which the structure and function of narrative charms changed over the course of the fifteenth

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’n Life: The Tall-Tale Postcard Southern Folklore Quarterly 1974 38 311 323 Wonham , Henry B. 1989: In the Name of Wonder: The Emergence of Tall Narrative in American Writing. American

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INTRODUCTION Iranian belief narratives are of great antiquity and can be traced back to at least the first millennium B.C. The sacred texts of Zoroastrians, the Avesta, the Old Persian inscriptions and references from the works of Classical Greek

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örökkévalókat kockáztatott. See Dorrit Cohn, Transparent Minds: Narrative Modes for Presenting Consciousness in Fiction (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983). "A rajongók

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“The same key would not open both, though a 'master key' might” Due to the traditional views on metaphor and narrative, they are usually discussed in different contexts as if they had nothing in common. However, during the last decades the theories of metaphor and narrative underwent a number of changes, and what was taken for granted in traditional literary criticism is no longer evident. In particular, it should be investigated whether metaphor and narrative are wholly unrelated or they have some kind of common structure. In this essay, the possibilities and difficulties of comparing metaphor and narrative theories are illustrated with the example of Max Black's theory of metaphor and Mikhail Bakhtin's theory of the dialogical novel.

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= Chiarniawska B. The ‘Narrative Turn’ in Social Science Research . In: Chiarniawska B. Narratives in Social Science Research . London : Sage Publications , 2004 . 1 – 16

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Psychology 8 155 188 Cupchik, G. C. and Hilscher, M. C. (2004): The roots of life-narratives in personal and

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