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A novel about growing up gay and proud. Born illegitimate, Darcie Rota is adopted by an impoverished backwoods couple determined to provide her with a better life than they'd had. Darcie plays naughty games with the boys, beats up the bullies and has her first makeout session with the prettiest girl in Grade 6. As she comes to understand just how different she is from the others, Darcie concludes that being a lesbian is nothing to be ashamed of. In high school, the head cheerleader falls in love with her; later, a gorgeous, alcoholic heiress becomes obsessed with her. But at other times, the world is not so kind. Kicked out of college on the grounds of "moral turpitude," Darcie invades Los Angeles and presently wins a bevy of admirers with her sparkling beauty, amazing wit and galloping ambition to become the best filmmaker ever.
"Towards a "Natural" Narratology" makes an intervention into ongoing debates in literary theory and criticism. Monika Fludernik argues for a new narrative theory which builds on insights from conversational narrative while touching on key issues for poststructuralists. Drawing on insights from cognitive linguistics, discourse analysis and structuralist narratology, the author examines narrative structures as they have developed from oral storytelling to the realist novel and beyond. This is a ground-breaking work of synthesis which makes a significant contribution to fundamental issues in literary theory. Fludernik's new model entails a radical reconceptualization of current narratological thinking, integrating narrative theory within a wide range of topical debates in literary studies.
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