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Does the analysis of focalisation in Allegories of Reading alter the propositional force of these declarations?
"The figural narrative situation" is marked by the dominance of the reflector mode, restricting to a factual representation or using internal focalisation to create the impression of immediacy.
Key features of ludics are its notion of compound connectives using a technique known as focusing or focalisation (invented by the computer scientist Jean-Marc Andreoli), and its use of locations or loci over a base instead of propositions.
But embedded voices and ambiguous modes of focalisation are not particular to narrative fiction, and the analytical techniques derived from linguistics for literary stylistics and narratology may be borrowed back for application to non-literary discourses with all the added explanatory power that such interdisciplinary sabbaticals can achieve.
The categories of speech and thought presentation are perhaps the most significant contributions made by stylistics to the understanding of narrative fiction, adding depth to the analysis of narrative point of view, and enabling precise analysis of the very subtle movements between commentary and focalisation in the narrative voice.
Perspective, interpretive knowledge, focalization and structure are the narrator's characteristics.
Perspective of the narrator is called focalization.
External focalization - camera eye.
Focalization and structure are lateral.
An omniscient narrator corresponds to zero focalization.
Focalization is a term coined by the French narrative theorist Gerard Genette.
Gérard Genette used the term focalization to distinguish the point-of-view of a work ("who sees?")
Numerical optics can be applied to increase the depth of focus (numerical focalization) and compensate for aberration.
But this effort was not successful for Heavy Ion Fusion, by lack of sufficient focalization of the beams, despite the high power used.
Firstly, modernist fiction's most obvious and celebrated innovation lies in its focalization of the novel in the minds or private narratives of its characters.
The Equirria are part of what Michael Lipka calls "temporal focalization" in the Roman conception of deity.
Girard shows that for second-order affine linear logic, given a computational system with nontermination and error stops as effects, realizability and focalization give the same meaning to types.
Focalization refines this viewpoint, by distinguishing between positive propositions, whose meaning arises from their introduction rules, and negative propositions, whose meaning arises from their elimination rules.
It is principally due to the transfer of the seismic motion from hard deep soils to soft superficial soils and to effects of seismic energy focalization owing to typical geometrical setting of the deposits.
The specific domain of literary theory which deals with focalization is narratology, and it concerns not only distinctions between subjective and objective focalizations but various gradations between them, such as free indirect discourse, style indirect libre, or quasi-direct discourse.
Local amplification can be anticipated from the presence of particular stratigraphic conditions, such as soft soil overlapping the bedrock, or where morphological settings (e.g. crest zones, steep slopes, valleys, or endorheic basins) may produce focalization of the seismic event.
Genette systematically coins new terms for aspects of narrative which have already been named but which imply a psychological or realist element: flashback becomes amalepsis, point of view becomes focalization, the opposition between telling and showing is translated back into Plato's terms diegesis and mimesis, and so on.