[INDOLOGY] Narratology

Dipak Bhattacharya dipak.d2004 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 16:53:08 UTC 2014


German philology has the term Rahmen-erzählung literally 'Frame narration'.
I am speaking from unrecorded memory. It was discussed by some
acquaintances including me long ago. I do not remember the context and the
sequel. It neatly defines the Indian narration structure. This may be
probed into. There is no dearth of knowledgeable German friends who might



On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:28 PM, Harsha Dehejia <harshadehejia at hotmail.com>

> Friends:
> One of my students is working on Narratalogy in the Indian Tradition.
> While we have enough information on how stories are told, we seem to be
> lacking information on how stories are structured.
> Any help would be most helpful.
> Kind regards,
> Harsha
> Prof. Harsha V. Dehajia
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