Indirect narration : a case study of Conrad's Heart of darkness and Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
Keywords:American literature / American novel / Comparative studies
AbstractJoseph Conrad's narrative style bas influenced many writers, including F. Scott Fitzgerald. The objective of my study on verbs used in discourse in Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby was to confirm the speculation that besides Conrad's innovative technique of indirect narration there were other techniques (such as careful selection of imagistic detail) Fitzgerald learned from Conrad.
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Šavle, M. (2007). Indirect narration : a case study of Conrad’s Heart of darkness and Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Acta Neophilologica, 40(1-2), 117–127. https://doi.org/10.4312/an.40.1-2.117-127
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