By Luc Herman;Bart Vervaeck
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1. story Just like any deep structure, the story is an abstract construct that the reader has to derive from the concrete text. The ﬁgure below shows that the story consists of three aspects that will be discussed separately but that in fact always intermingle. In the course of the discussion, the terms in the ﬁgure will gradually become clear. 1. Events The story is an abstract level. In the ﬁrst place it refers to the chronological sequence of events that are often no longer shown chronologically in the narrative.
In consonant self-narration the critical voice of the narrating I remains absent so that it seems as if the narrating I’s formulations are completely determined by what the experiencing I thought or felt at the time. The novel Destination for Ashes (Asbestemming) by the Dutch author A. Th. van der Heijden provides a clear example. 0pt ——— Normal PgEnds: , (18 Before and Surrounding Structuralism be called Van der Heijden, describes how during his father’s funeral he for the ﬁrst time in his life develops the feeling of fatherhood: “Under a high arch of music, deep down there, I clutched my son against me.
One can see, for instance, how characterization connects with the setting or the method of narration and the perspective from which events are perceived. This leads to congruities that not only offer better insight into the formal organization of the text but also enable the reader to join content and form. Encompassing structuration is and remains structuralism’s major merit since it clariﬁes both textual , (5) content and form. That is why this particular brand of narratology continues to provide an indispensable legacy even to those readers whose main interest lies in later approaches.