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《Journal of Sichuan International Studies University》 2004-02
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Rhetorical Communications in Reliable Narratives: Great Expectations as an Example

TANG Wei-Sheng  
Rhetorical communications do not occur in unreliable narratives alone. Our study on Great Expectations shows the implied author in a reliable narrative can also manipulate the rhetorical communications among the narrator, the text and the reader to construct a good story and facilitate the narrative's progression on discourse level. Although this manipulation has also largely influenced the reader's interpretation, different ethical positioning on the part of the reader necessitates the pluralistic reading of any novel, including one as reliable as Great Expectations.
【CateGory Index】: I561
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