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《Journal of University of Science and Technology Beijing(Social Sciences Edition)》 2016-01
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A Study of the Spatial Narrating Strategy in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

L Ting-ting;School of Foreign Studies,University of Science and Technology Beijing;  
Spatial narrating strategy applied by Mark Twain in the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is central to the successful of the narration. Probing into the strategy reveals the unprecedented skills on the part of the author in dealing with the relations between one space and another and between space and time. It also foregrounds the theme of the independent spiritual world of the hero in his spatial escapes. In addition,the strategy has also exposed to the reader the artistic and aesthetic values of the story. Rereading the children's fiction from spatial perspectives can help the reader grasp better the authors' intention of similar fictions and appreciate the artistic and aesthetic values of the stories.
【CateGory Index】: I712.074
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