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Lecture 013 - Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Department
English
Course
English 3667F/G
Professor
Stephen Adams
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 013Stowe continuedOctober 31 2011UTCas an argument use to dialogue to debate issuesFunction of narrator in novelIntrusive narratorconstantly intervening telling you how to feel and think etc thShift from intrusive narrator 18 cAustenDickens etc distinction between telling and showing Shift was made largely by Henry James who determined that the novel should be strictly dramatized considered the addressed to the dear reader the violation of a sacred trust Was also a difference in the use of the novel as a place for dramatizing characters creating an artistic illusion or using the novel to give philosophy Problem with this in the novel with an intrusive narrator it assumes generally a likemindedness or a kind of community of accepted beliefs Austen Dickens again Narratin
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