Book 2013

Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches

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ISBN: 978-1-349-46820-1 (Print) 978-1-137-34995-8 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. Introduction Story Streams: Stories and their Tellers

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      Introduction Story Streams: Stories and their Tellers

  3. Indigenous Stories

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      Pages 13-13

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      Pages 15-27

      The State of the Nation’s Narratives

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      Pages 28-41

      Testimonial Textures: Examining the Poetics of Non-Indigenous Stories about Reconciliation

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      Pages 42-54

      Indigenous Literatures in the Pacific: The Question of the Didactic in Storytelling

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      Pages 55-65

      Mother Stories: The Woman Myth in By the Bog of Cats and Tea in a China Cup

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      Pages 66-79

      (Re)Telling the Story of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda: Une Saison de machettes [Machete Season] by Jean Hatzfeld

  4. Fictional History and Historical Fiction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 81-81

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      Pages 83-113

      Transnational Glamour, National Allure: Community, Change and Cliché in Baz Luhrmann’s Australia

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      Pages 114-123

      Writing the Story of the Wartime Occupation of the Channel Islands

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      Pages 124-131

      War, Wives and Whitewash: The Zookeeper and his Aryan Animals

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      Pages 132-141

      No Man’s Land: A Revisionist Story of ‘The Cyprus Problem’

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      Pages 142-154

      Transnational Storytelling: Visions of Italy in Two New Zealand Novels

  5. The Sea of Stories

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 155-155

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      Pages 157-166

      Shakespeare and the Sea of Stories

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      Pages 167-180

      Reading Chaucer ‘in Parts’: The Knight’s Tale and The Two Noble Kinsmen

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      Pages 181-190

      What Women Want: The Shrew’s Story

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      Pages 191-210

      Stories of Selves and Infidels: Walter Charleton’s Letter to Margaret Cavendish (1655)

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      Pages 211-221

      ‘Telling the Story my Way’: Shakespearean Collaborations and Dialogism in the Secondary School Classroom

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      Pages 222-237

      The Tale of Melusine in A. S. Byatt’s Possession: Retelling Medieval Stories

  6. Critical Creativity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 239-239

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      Pages 241-260

      Redcrosse: Storytelling, Nation and Religion in England

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      Pages 261-276

      Paul Auster’s Storytelling in Invisible: The Pleasures of Postmodernity

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      Pages 277-285

      Emotional Rhythm

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