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Form and Content: A Rationale for a Fractured Narrative

Bell LM (2011) Form and Content: A Rationale for a Fractured Narrative, New Writing, 8 (2), pp. 132-142.

This essay will examine the constructs that I am employing in my work-in-progress novel about Northern Ireland, ‘rubber bullet, broken glass’ (subsequently renamed 'So It Is'. Using M.M. Bakhtin's ‘The Problem of Speech Genres’ it is intended that the paper interrogates authorial decision, literary antecedent, and the relationship between form and content.

creative writing; Bakhtin; narratology; poststructuralism; writing; narrative theory; fiction; authorship; composition; craft

AuthorsBell Liam Murray
Publication date2011
Publication date online06/07/2011
Date accepted by journal18/01/2011
PublisherTaylor and Francis
ISSN 1479-0726

new Writing: Volume 8, Issue 2

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