Narrative structure of literary text: Free indirect discourse as a linguistic and narratological category

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Natascha Jourdy

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The paper focuses on the analysis of free indirect discourse as a modernist narrative form. We outline the basic narrative and linguistic characteristics of free indirect discourse and examine its main functions in the literary texts. We undertake a comparative analysis of three examples of free indirect discourse (drawn from the texts of G. Flaubert, F. Kafka and V. Nabokov) and display their common and distinctive features.

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Jourdy, N. (2018). Narrative structure of literary text: Free indirect discourse as a linguistic and narratological category. Glottodidactica. An International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 35, 59-68. https://doi.org/10.14746/gl.2009.35.5
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