Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 67 (1):5-14 (2009)
|Abstract||Although it seems plausible to say that the same story can be retold in different media, it is difficult to say exactly what this would entail. The primary difficulty is in coming up with an acceptable theory of story identity. In this article I present several theories of story identity and explore their weaknesses. I argue that in the end we are left with two unattractive options: a strict theory that implies that the same story can almost never be retold and a lenient theory that has trouble differentiating between a general story type and the same story.|
|Keywords||story discourse narrative|
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