Conference, May 3-4
|Date||Wed 03 May — Thu 04 May|
|Time||09:00 — 15:40|
The conference Fictionality in Literature: Core Concepts Revisited brings together rhetorical fictionality theory with central concepts and critical terms of literary theory.
Current concepts of literary theory have been developed under different theoretical paradigms (New Criticism, Structuralism, Post-Structuralism, and so on) and many, if not most, of them have relied on unexamined assumptions about the nature of fiction.
This conference explores in which way and to what extent our understanding of literary concepts might change when approaching these from a rhetorical concept of fictionality.
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