Category Archives: Fiction film (Abstracts)

Forceville, Charles. Metaphor and symbol: FINDING ONE’S IDENTITY IS GOING HOME in animation film

The following is a pre-review draft of a book chapter, which will be revised on the basis of peer reviews. If you want to refer to it, please do so as follows: Forceville, Charles (in prep.). “Metaphor and symbol: FINDING … Continue reading

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Eggertsson, Gunnar, and Charles Forceville (2009). “Multimodal expressions of the human victim is animal metaphor in horror films.”

“Multimodal expressions of the human victim is animal metaphor in horror films.” In: Charles Forceville and Eduardo Urios-Aparisi (eds), Multimodal Metaphor, 429-49. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Abstract: In this chapter, we analyze the structural metaphor human victim is animal … Continue reading

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Charles Forceville (2002). “The conspiracy in The comfort of strangers – narration in the novel and the film.”

“The conspiracy in The comfort of strangers – narration in the novel and the film.” Language and Literature 11: 131-147. Abstract: Since stories increasingly take on pic­torial and mixed-medial forms, nar­ratology needs to investigate to what extent nar­ra­tive devices exceed … Continue reading

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film as metaphor.

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