Biwu Shang - Major Publications#

1. Unnatural Narrative across Borders: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives, Routledge, 2018.

2. Contemporary Western Narratology: Postclassical Perspectives, People's Literature Press, 2013.

3. In Pursuit of Narrative Dynamics, Peter Lang, 2011.

4. “Narrative Judgments and Ethical Choices in Toni Morrison’s A Mercy,” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles Notes, and Reviews (A&HCI), (2019): forthcoming

5. “Unnatural Emotions in Contemporary Narrative Fiction”, Neohelicon (A&HCI), 45.2 (2018): forthcoming.

6. Delving into a World of Non-Human Experience: Unnatural Narrative and Ecological Critique of Chen Yingson’s The Last Dance of a Leopard.” Comparative Literature Studies (A&HCI), 55.4 (2018), forthcoming

7. “Unnatural Narratology and Zhiguai Tales of the Six Dynasties in China,” Neohelicon (A&HCI), 45.1 (2018):179-190.

8. “Ethical Literary Criticism and Ian McEwan’s Nutshell”, Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (A&HCI), 59.2 (2018): 142-153.

9. “The Maze of Shanghai Memory in Kazuo Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans,” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (A&HCI), 19.3 (September, 2017): 1-10.

10.“Delving into Impossible Storyworlds: The Unnaturalness of Hassan Blasim’s Short Narrative Fiction,” arcadia: International Journal of Literary Culture (A&HCI), 52.1 (2017):183-200.

11. “Toward a Comparative Narratology: A Chinese Perspective,” Comparative Literature Studies (A&HCI), 54.1 (2017): 52-69.

12. “Narrative as Rhetoric: Judgments, Progression, and Narrativity in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” Primerjalna Književnost (A&HCI), 39.2 (2016). 129-144.

13. “Unnatural Narratives in Contemporary Chinese Time Travel Fiction: Patterns, Values, and Interpretive Options,” Neohelicon (A&HCI), 43.1 (June 2016): 7-25.

14. “Ethical Dilemma and Ethical Epiphany in Ian McEwan’s The Children Act,” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (A&HCI), 17.5 (2015):1-8.

15. “Unnatural Narratology: Core Issues and Critical Debates,” Journal of Literary Semantics (A&HCI), 44.2 (2015). 169-194.

16. “Toward a Second Phase of Postclassical Narratology,” Style (A&HCI), 49.3 (2015):363-377.

17. “The Unbearable Lightness of Growth: Reading Ethical Consciousness and Ethical Selection in Ian McEwan’s The Cement Garden,” arcadia: International Journal of Literary Culture (A&HCI), 50.1 (2015): 102-117.

18. “Memory/Postmemory, Ethics and Ideology: Toward a Historiographic Narratology in Film,” Primerjalna Književnost (A&HCI), 38.1 (2015): 61-82.

19. “Reception and Variations of Classical Narratology in Chinese Scholarship,” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (A&HCI), 16.6 (2014).1-9.

20. “Cognitive Literary Science: Developments and Perspectives,” Style (A&HCI), 48.3 (2014):411-424.

21.“The Activation of Multileveled Responses: James Phelan’s Rhetorical Theory of Narrative Judgments,” Semiotica (A&HCI), 189. 1/4 (2012): 197-213.

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