Katalog Buku Elektronik (E-Book)

KATALOG E-BOOK KEBAHASAAN

NO JUDUL E-BOOK NAMA PENGARANG PENERBIT TAHUN TERBIT
1 DEFINING VISUAL RHETORICS CHARLES A. HILL

MARGUERITE HELMERS

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 2004
2 ELECTRONIC MEDIA SECOND EDITION THEN, NOW, AND, LATER NORMAN J. MEDOFF

BARBARA K. KAYE

2010
3 FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY RALPH E. MCCOY 1968
4 A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ENGLISH ETYMOLOGY; SOURCES AND WORD LIST ANATOLY LIBERMAN 2009
5 A COMPANION TO LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY ALESSANDRO DURANTI BLACKWELL 2005
6 A HANDBOOK OF GERMANIC ETYMOLOGY VLADIMIR OREL BRIL LAIDEN 2003
7 A MANUAL OF ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY PAUL SKANDERA

PETER BURLEIGH

GUNTER NAR VERLAG TUBINGEN 2005
8 ABSTRACT PHONOLOGY IN A CONCRETE MODEL, COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND THE MORPHOLOGY-PHONOLOGY INTERFACE TORE NESSET MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2008
9 ACQUIRING A NON-NATIVE PHONOLOGY JETTE G. HANSEN CONTINUUM 2006
10 AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR SIDNEY GREENBAUM

GERALD NELSON

PEARSON EDUCATION 2002
11 AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH PHONOLOGY APRIL MCMAHON EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 2002
12 AN INTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY SECOND EDITION JOHN CLACK

COLIN YALOP

BLACKWELL PUBLISHERS 1995
13 APPROACHES TO PHONOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY (PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS)   2009 ADITI LAHIRI MOUTON DE GRUYTER BERLIN. NEW YORK 2009
14 AUDITORY REPRESENTATIONS IN PHONOLOGY EDWARD S. FLEMMING

 

ROUTLEDGE 2002
15 INTRODUCING ENGLISH LINGUISTICS CHARLES F. MEYER CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
16 COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND NON-INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES EUGENE H. CASAD

GARY B. PALMER

MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2003
17 THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO SEMIOTICS AND LINGUISTICS PAUL COBLEY ROUTLEDGE 2001
18 COMPENDIUMCOGNITIVELINGUISTICSRESEARCH VOLUME 3 THOMAS FUYIN LI NOVA PUBLISHERS 2014
19 COMPLEXITY SCALES AND LICENSING IN PHONOLOGY EUGENIUSZ CYRAN DE GRUYTER MOUTON 2010
20 COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION FOR LINGUISTICS AND LITERACY; TECHNOLOGY AND NATURAL LANGUAGE EDUCATION ADAMS B. BODOMO INFORMATION SCIENCE REFERENCE 2010
21 CONSTRAINTS IN PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION RENE KAGER, JOE PATER, AND WIM ZONNEVELD CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
22 CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES TO ROMANCE LINGUISTICS JULIE AUGER, J. CLANCY CLEMENTS, BARBARA VANCE INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2004
23 DIALOGUE ACTIVITIES; EXPLORING SPOKEN INTERACTION IN THE LANGUAGE CLASS NICK BILBROUGH CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2007
24 ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY: A PRACTICAL COURSE

SECOND EDITION

PETER ROACH CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
25 ENGLISH SYNTAX ANDREW RADFORD CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
26 EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO PHONOLOGY MARIA-JOSEP SOLE, PATRICE SPEETER BEDDOR,

MANJARI OHALA

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2007
27 FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE BARBARA DANCYGIER, EVE SWEETSER CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2014
28 FROM ETYMOLOGY TO PRAGMATICS; METAPHORICAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF SEMANTIC STRUCTURE EVE SWEETSER PEKING NIVERSITY PRESS, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1990
29 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS IN PHONOLOGY; SAMENESS AND DIFFERENCE KEN LODGE EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
30 GAMES FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING, 3RD EDITION ANDREW WRIGHT, DAVID BETTERIDGE, AND MICHAEL BUCKBY EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 2006
31 GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY IGGY ROCA ROUTLEDGE 1994
32 PAPERS IN LABORATORY PHONOLOGY II(GESTURE, SEGMENT, PROSODY) GERARD J. DOCHERTY, AND D. ROBERT LADD EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 1992
33 GRAMMAR AND WRITING HANDBOOK, GRADE 6 TREASURES MACMILLAN

MCGRAW-HILL

2006
34 HANDBOOKS OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS VOLUME 4 RUTH WODAK AND VERONIKA KOLLER MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2008
35 HANDBOOKS OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS PRACTICAL SOLUTION VOLUME 6 KARLFRIED KNAPP AND GERD ANTOS MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2009
36 HANDBOOK OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION; DIVERSITY AND CHANGE (HANDBOOKS OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS 9) MERLIN HELLINGER AND ANNE PAUWELS MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2009
37 HANDBOOK OF LOGIC AND LANGUAGE, 2ND EDITION JOHAN VAN BENTHEM

ALICE TER MEULEN

ELSEVIER INSIGHTS 2011
38 HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS – AN INTRODUCTION LYLE CAMPBELL THE MIT CAMBRIDGE 1998
39 INPUT-BASED PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION TANIA S. ZAMUNER ROUTLEDGE 2003
40 INTONATIONAL PHONOLOGY SECOND EDITION D. ROBERT LADD CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2008
41 INTRODUCING ENGLISH SEMANTICS CHARLES W. KREIDLER ROUTLEDGE 1998
42 INTRODUCING SEMANTICS NICK RIEMER CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2010
43 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC ANNOTATION AND TEXT ANALYTICS GRAHAM WILCOCK MORGAN & CLAYPOOL PUBLISHERS 2009
44 JAMES CAREY

A CRITICAL READER

JAMES CAREY

 

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PRESS 1997
45 KEEP TALKING; COMMUNICATIVE FLUENCY ACTIVITIES FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING FRIEDERIKE KLIPPEL CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1984
46 KEY IDEAS IN LINGUISTICS AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE SIOBHAN CHAPMAN AND CHRISTOPHER ROUTLEDGE EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
47 LABORATORY PHONOLOGY 8 LOUIS GOLDSTEIN, D. H. WHALEN, CATHERINE T. BEST MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2006
48 LABORATORY PHONOLOGY 7 CARLOS GUSSENHOVEN, AND NATASHA WARNER MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2002
49 LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES FOR TEENAGERS SETH LINDSTROMBERG CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
50 LANGUAGE AND

LINGUISTICS

THE KEY CONCEPTS

R.L. TRASK ROUTLEDGE 2007
51 LANGUAGE DEATH DAVID CRYSTAL CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2000
52 LESSONS FROM NOTHING

ACTIVITIES FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING

WITH LIMITED TIME AND RESOURCES

BRUCE MARSLAND CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998
53 LINGUISTICS TODAY – FACING A GREATER CHALLENGE PIET VAN STERKENBURG JOHN BENJAMINS PUBLISHING COMPANY 2004
54 LINGUISTIC MEANING KEITH ALLAN ROUTLEDGE 2014
55 LINGUISTIC NATIVISM AND THE POVERTY OF THE STIMULUS ALEXANDER CLARK AND SHALOM LAPPIN WILLEY-BLACKWELL 2011
56 LINGUISTIC PERCEPTION AND

SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

PAOLA ESCUDERO LOT 2005
57 LINGUISTICS AND THE FORMAL SCIENCES

THE ORIGINS OF GENERATIVE GRAMMAR

MARCUS TOMALIN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2006
58 LITTLE WORDS : THEIR HISTORY, PHONOLOGY, SYNTAX,

SEMANTICS, PRAGMATICS, AND ACQUISITION

RONALD P. LEOW, HÉCTOR CAMPOS, AND DONNA LARDIERE GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
59 LIVING LANGUAGE : AN INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY LAURA M. AHEARN WILLEY- BLACKWELL 2012
60 ESL GRAMMAR MARK LESTER. MCGRAW-HILL 2008
61 MORPHOLOGY AND MEANING FRANZ RAINER, FRANCESCO GARDANI, HANS

CHRISTIAN LUSCHÜTZKY, WOLFGANG U. DRESSLER

JOHN BENJAMINS B.V. 2014
62 MULTIPLE VOICES: AN INTRODUCTION TO BILINGUALISM CAROL MYERS-SCOTTON BLACKWELL PUBLISHING 2006
63 ON THE NATURE OF THE

SYNTAX-PHONOLOGY INTERFACE

CLITICIZATION AND RELATED PHENOMENA

2ELJKO BOSKOVIC ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD. 2001
64 PAPERS IN LABORATORY PHONOLOGY I

BETWEEN THE GRAMMAR AND PHYSICS OF SPEECH

JOHN KINGSTON DAN MARY E. BECKMAN THE PRESS SYNDICATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 1990
65 PHONETICALLY BASED PHONOLOGY BRUCE HAYES, ROBERT KIRCHNER, AND DONCA STERIADE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
66 PHONOLOGICAL REPRESENTATIONS

THEIR NAMES, FORMS AND POWERS

JOHN COLEMAN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998
67 PHONOLOGY

A COGNITIVE GRAMMAR INTRODUCTION

GEOFFREY S. NATHAN JOHN BENJAMINS PUBLISHING COMPANY 2008
68 PICTURES FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING ANDREW WRIGHT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1990
69 PLANNING LESSONS

AND COURSES

DESIGNING SEQUENCES OF WORK

FOR THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM

TESSA WOODWARD CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2001
70 PROSODIC FEATURES AND PROSODIC STRUCTURE; THE PHONOLOGY OF SUPRASEGMENTALS ANTHONY FOX OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INC. 2000
71 PROSODIC TYPOLOGY, THE PHONOLOGY OF INTONATION AND PHRASING SUN AH JUN OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INC. 2007
72 ROMANCE PERSPECTIVE ON LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE AND USE RAFAEL NÚÑEZ-CEDEÑO, LUIS LÓPEZ

AND RICHARD CAMERON

JOHN BENJAMINS B.V. 2003
73 RULES, CONSTRAINTS, AND PHONOLOGICAL PHENOMENA BERT VAUX AND ANDREW NEVINS OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INC. 2008
74 SEMANTICS A COURSEBOOK JAMES R. HURFORD, BRENDAN HEASLEY, AND MICHAEL B. SMITH CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2007
75 SEMIOTICS__THE_BASICS DANIEL CHANDLER ROUTLEDGE 2007
76 STRENGTH RELATIONS IN PHONOLOGY KUNIYA NASUKAWA

PHILLIP BACKLEY

MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2009
77 SYLLABLE WEIGHT; PHONETICS, PHONOLOGY, TYPOLOGY MATTHEW KELLY GORDON ROUTLEDGE 2013
78 SYNTACTIC STRUCTURES NOAM CHOMSKY MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2002
79 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF CHILD LANGUAGE EDITH L. BAVIN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2012
80 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF LINGUISTIC CODE-SWITCHING (CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOKS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS) BARBARA E. BULLOCK

AND

ALMEIDA JACQUELINE TORIBIO

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2012
81 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF METAPHOR AND THOUGHT RAYMOND W.GIBBS, JR CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2008
82 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF PHONOLOGY (CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOKS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS) PAUL DE LACY CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2008
83 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS RAJEND MESTHRIE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2011
84 THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS (CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOKS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS) RAJEND MESTHRIE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2012
85 THE CONTRASTIVE HIERARCHY IN PHONOLOGY (CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN LINGUISTICS, 121) B.ELAN DRESHER CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2009
86 THE EVIDENTIAL BASIS OF LINGUISTIC ARGUMENTATION (STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES) ANDRÁS KERTÉSZ DAN CSILLA RÁKOSI JOHN BENJAMINS PUBLISHING COMPANY 2014
87 THE GERMAN LANGUAGE TODAY – A LINGUISTIC INTRODUCTION CHARLES V.J.RUSS ROUTLEDGE 2002
88 THE HANDBOOK OF CHINESE LINGUISTICS C.-T. JAMES HUANG, Y.-H. AUDREY LI,

AND ANDREW SIMPSON

WILLEY BLACKWELL 2014
89 THE HANDBOOK OF PHONOLOGICAL THEORY (BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS) JOHN A. GLODSMITH BLACKWELL REFERENCES ONLINE 1996
90 THE LINGUISTICS OF SPEECH WILLIAM A. KRETZSCHMAR, JR. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2008
91 THE OXFORD ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO WRITING THOMAS S. KANE BERKLEY BOOKS 2005
92 THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS DIRK GEERAERTS

DAN HUBERT CUYCKENS.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC. 2010
93 THE PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF ARABIC JANET C. E. WATSON OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC. 2007
94 THE PHONOLOGY OF POLISH (THE PHONOLOGY OF THE WORLD’S LANGUAGES) EDMUND GUSSMANN OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC. 2007
95 THE PHONOLOGY OF STANDARD CHINESE, 2ND EDITION (THE PHONOLOGY OF THE WORLD’S LANGUAGES) SAN DUANMU OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC. 2000
96 THE ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS (ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOKS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS) JAMES SIMPSON ROUTLEDGE 2011
97 THEORY OF LANGUAGE SYNTAX, CATEGORICAL APPROACH URSZULA WYBRANIEC-SKARDOWSKA KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS, 1991
98 VARIATION AND GRADIENCE IN PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY FRANK KÜGLER

CAROLINE FE´RY

RUBEN VAN DE VIJVER

MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2009
99 WORKING WITH WORDS; A GUIDE TO TEACHING AND LEARNING VOCABULARY (CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOKS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHERS) RUTH GAIRNS DAN STUART REDMAN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1986

 

KATALOG E-BOOK NARATIF

 

NO JUDUL E-BOOK NAMA PENGARANG PENERBIT TAHUN TERBIT
1 MODERNISM, NARRATIVE, AND HUMANISM PAUL SHEEHAN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
2 RELIGION, NARRATIVE AND PUBLIC

IMAGINATION IN SOUTH ASIA

JAMES HEGARTY ROUTLEDGE 2012
3 NARRATIVE THEOLOGY AND

MORAL THEOLOGY

ALEXANDER  LUCIE-SMITH ASHGATE PUBLISHING COMPANY 2007
4 NARRATIVE, INTERTEXT, AND SPACE IN EURIPIDES’ PHOENISSAE ANNA A. LAMARI DE GRUYTER 2010
5 NARRATIVE BEGINNINGS

(THEORIES AND PRACTICES)

BRIAN RICHARDSON THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA

2008
6 VICTORIAN NARRATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

IN THE MIDDLE EAST

CARA MURRAY ROUTLEDGE 2008
7 NARRATIVE DECONSTRUCTIONS OF GENDER IN WORKS BY

AUDREY THOMAS, DAPHNE MARLATT, AND LOUISE ERDRICH

CAROLINE ROSENTHAL CAMDEN HOUSE 2003
8 IDENTITY  AND  CULTURE : NAPRATIVES OF DIFFERENCE AND BELONGING CHRIS WEEDON OPEN UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
9 NARRATIVE IN

CULTURE

THE USES OF STORYTELLING IN THE

SCIENCES, PHILOSOPHY, AND

LITERATURE

CRISTOPHER NASH ROUTLEDGE 1990
10 NARRATIVE BODIES: TOWARD A

CORPOREAL NARRATOLOGY

DANIEL PUNDAY PALGRAVE MACMILLAN 2003
11 NARRATIVE AS SOCIAL PRACTICE

ANGLO-WESTERN AND AUSTRALIAN

ABORIGINAL ORAL TRADITIONS

DANIE`LE M. KLAPPROTH MOUTON DE GRUYTER 2004
12 ON PAUL RICOEUR

NARRATIVE

AND INTERPRETATION

DAVID WOOD ROUTLEDGE 1991
13 ETHNOGRAPHY, LINGUISTICS, NARRATIVE

INEQUALITY

DELL HYMES TAYLOR AND FRANCIS PUBLISHER 1996
14 NARRATIVE UNRELIABILITY

IN THE TWENTIETH-CENTURY FIRST-PERSON NOVEL

ELKE D’HOKER AND GUNTHER MARTENS WALTER DE GRUYTER 2008
15 NARRATIVE AS VIRTUAL REALITY MARIE-LAURE RYAN THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS 2001
16 NARRATIVES OF A NEW ORDER ELIZABETH FREEMAN BREPOLS PUBLISHERS N.V. 2002
17 MOTIVATION AND

NARRATIVE IN HERODOTUS

EMILY BARAGWANATH OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INC 2008
18 THE BIBLE

AND THE NARRATIVE

TRADITION

FRANK MCCONNELL OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, INC. 1986
19 NARRATIVE LOGIC

A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE HISTORIAN’S LANGUAGE

FRANKLIN ANKERSMIT MARTINUS NIJHOFF PUBLISHERS 1983
20 POSTETHNIC NARRATIVE CRITICISM FREDERICK

LUIS

ALDAMA

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS 2003
21 N ARRATOLOGY

THE FORM AND FUNCTIONING OF NARRATIVE

GERALD PRINCE MOUTON PUBLISHERS 1982
22 NARRATIVES AND NARRATORS

A PHILOSOPHY OF STORIES

GREGORY CURRIE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2010
23 ROMANTICISM AND

SLAVE NARRATIVES

TRANSATLANTIC TESTIMONIES

HELEN THOMAS CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2000
24 NARRATIVE IN THE

PROFESSIONAL AGE

JENNIFER COGNARD-BLACK ROUTLEDGE 2004
25 RABBINIC NARRATIVE : A DOCUMENTARY PERSPECTIVE JACOB NEUSNER KONINKLIJKE BRILL NV, 2003
26
27 STAGED NARRATIVE : POETICS AND THE MESSENGER IN GREEK TRAGEDY JAMES BARRETT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS 2002
28 HENRY MILLER

AND NARRATIVE FORM

CONSTRUCTING THE SELF, REJECTING MODERNITY

JAMES M. DECKER ROUTLEDGE 2005
29 NARRATOLOGY

BEYOND LITERARY CRITICISM :

MEDIALITY, DISCIPLINARITY

JAN CHRISTOPH MEISTER

IN COLLABORATION WITH

TOM KINDT AND WILHELM SCHERNUS

WALTER DE GRUYTER 2005
30 USING NARRATIVE IN SOCIAL RESEARCH JANE ELLIOTT SAGE PUBLICATIONS 2005
31 SPORTS, NARRATIVE, AND NATION IN

THE FICTION OF F. SCOTT FITZGERALD

JAROM LYLE MCDONALD ROUTLEDGE 2007
32 THEORY AND THE NOVEL

NARRATIVE REFLEXIVITY IN THE BRITISH TRADITION

JEFFFREY WILLIAMS CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
33 NARRATIVE AND IDENTITY

STUDIES IN AUTOBIOGRAPHY, SELF AND CULTURE

JENS BROCKMEIER DAN DONAL CARBAUGH JOHN BENJAMINS PUBLISHING COMPANY 2001
34 ETHICS AND

NARRATIVE IN THE ENGLISH

NOVEL, 1880-1914

JIL LARSON CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2004
35 NARRATIVE FORM AND CHAOS THEORY

IN STERNE, PROUST,WOOLF,

AND FAULKNER

JO ALYSON PARKER PALGRAVE MACMILLAN™ 2007
36 ISLAM AND POSTCOLONIAL NARRATIVE JOHN ERICKSON CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998
37 NARCISSISTIC NARRATIVE

THE METAFICTIONAL PARADOX

LINDA HUTCHEON WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY PRESS 1980
38 BODY AND NARRATIVE

IN CONTEMPORARY

LITERATURES IN GERMAN

LYN MARVEN OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS INC 2005
39 ABOUT TIME :

NARRATIVE, FICTION AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF TIME

MARK CURRIE EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS 2007
40 NARRATIVE AND GENRE MARY CHAMBERLAIN AND PAUL THOMPSON ROUTLEDGE 1998
41 NARRATOLOGY : INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF NARRATIVE MIEKE BAL UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS 1985
42 NARRATIVE THEORY : CRITICAL CONCEPTS IN LITERARY

AND CULTURAL STUDIES

MIEKE BAL ROUTLEDGE 2004
43 NARRATIVE THEORY MIEKE BAL ROUTLEDGE 2004
44 AN ITRODUCTION TO NARRATOLOGY MONIKA FLUDERNIK ROUTLEDGE 2009
45 TOWARDS A ‘NATURAL’ NARATOLOGY MONIKA FLUDERNIK ROUTLEDGE 1996
46 CONVERSATIONAL NARRATIVE NELA R.NORRICK JOHN BENJAMINS B.V 2000
47 ORAL POETRY AND NARRATIVE FROM CENTRAL ARABIA P.MARCEL KURPERSHOEK BRILL LIEDEN BOSTON 2005
48 CRITICAL NARRATIVE ANALYSIS IN PSYCHOLOGY PETER EMERSON AND STEPHEN FROSH PALGRAVE MACMILLAN 2004
49 NARRATIVE COUNSELLING SOCIAL AND LINGUISTIC PROCCES OF CHANGE PETER_MUNTIGL JOHN BENJAMINS B.V 2004
50 A NARRATIVE APPROACH ORGANIZATION STUDIES PROFESSOR BARBARA CZARNIAWSKA SAGE PUBLICATION 1998
51 NARRATIVE MEDICINE HONORING THE STORIES OF ILLNESS RITA CHARON OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2006
52 CONTEMPORARY PERUVIAN NARRATIVE AND POPULAL CULTURE ROBERT RUZ TAMESIS 2005
53 NARRATIVE MUTATIONS DISCOURSES OF HEREDITY AND CARIBBEAN LITERATURE RUDYARD J.ALCOCER ROUTLEDGE 2005
54 POSTCOLONIAL NARRATIVE AND THE WORK OF MOURNING SAM_DURRANT STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 2004
55 NARRATOLOGY IN THE AGE OF CROSS-DICIPLINARY NARRATIVE RESEARCH SANDRA HEINEN AND ROY SOMMER WALTER DE GRUYTER 2009
56 NARRATIVE FICTION CONTEMPORARY POETICS SHLOMITH RIMMON-KENAN METHUEN 1983
57 GENDER AND NARRATIVE IN THE MAHABHARATA SIMON BRODBECK AND BRIAN BLACK ROUTLEDGE 2007
58 METAPHORS,NARRATIVES,EMOTIONS THEIR INTERPLAY AND IMPACT STEFAN SNAEVARR RODOPI 2010
59 NARRATIVE, RELIGION AND SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALISM VERSUS IRONY, 1700-1999 STEPHEN PRICKETT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2002
60 ISLAMIC NARRATIVE AND AUTHORITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA THOMAS GIBSON PALGRAVE MACMILLAN 2007
61 HISTORICAL NARRATIVES IN THE SOVIET UNION AND POST-SOVIET RUSSIA THOMAS SHERLOCK PALGRAVE MACMILLAN 2007
62 NARRATIVES OF NATION IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC TON OTTO AND NICHOLAS THOMAS TAYLOR & FRANCIS E-LIBRARY 2005
63 USING NARRATIVE INQUIRY AS A RESEARCH METHOD LOENARD WEBSTER AND PATRICIE MERTOVA ROUTLEDGE 2007
64 NARRATOLOGY AN INTRODUCTION WOLF SCHMID WALTER DE GRUYTER 2010
65 A COMPANION TO NARRATIVE THEORY JAMES PHELAN AND PETER

J. RABINOWITZ

BLACKWELL 2005
66 MYTH AND ARCHIVE ATHEORY OF LATIN AMERICAN NARRATIVE ROBERTO GONZALEZ ECHEVARRIA CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1990
67 ON PAUL RICOEUR NARRATIVE AND INTERPRETATION DAVID WOOD ROUTLEDGE 1991
68 NARRATIVE DISCOURSE AN ESSAY IN METHOD GERARD GENETTE CORNELL UNIVERSITY 1980
69 NARRATIVE, AUTHORITY AND POWER THE MEDIEVAL EXEMPLUM AND THE CHAUCERIAN TRADITION LARRY SCANLON CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1994
70 NEO-SLAVE NARRATIVES STUDIES IN THE SOCIAL LOGIC OF A LITERARY FORM ASHRAF H.A.RUSHDY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1999
71 POLITICS AND NARRATIVE OF BIRTH CAROL A. MOSSMAN CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1993