Semiotic Resources in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: The Narrative Power of the Visual in Multimodal Fiction

  • Mariana Mussetta Universidad Nacional de Villa María
Palavras-chave: Ficção Multimodal, Recursos Semióticos, Superfície Gráfica, Função Navegacional, Recursos Metadiscursivos, Função Performativa

Resumo

A ficção multimodal, recentemente estudada por Hallet (2009), Gibbons (2012) e Maziarczyk (2011; 2012), entre outros, é o fenómeno compartilhado por aqueles romances que combinam vários modos semióticos no desenvolvimento da narrativa. O objetivo do presente trabalho é dar conta dos recursos semióticos mais salientes usados no romance multimodal The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time de Mark Haddon (2004). Tendo em conta o trabalho que ainda é necessário fazer neste campo e a crescente profusão e diversidade de formas literárias multimodais nos últimos anos, este estudo visa lançar nova luz sobre as diversas formas em que a inclusão estratégica dos vários recursos semióticos opera na ficção.

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Publicado
2014-11-08
Secção
Secção Temática | Thematic Section