Items where SHU Author is "Bell, Alice"

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BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and SMITH, Jen (2018). Immersion in digital fiction. International Journal of Literary Linguistics, 7 (1).

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BELL, Alice (2016). Interactional Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Narrative, 24 (3), 294-310.

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BELL, Alice (2014). Schema theory, hypertext fiction and links. Style, 48 (2), 140-161.

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ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2012). "Click = Kill": textual you in ludic digital fiction. Storyworlds, 4, 49-73.

BELL, Alice and ALBER, Jan (2012). Ontological Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Journal of Narrative Theory, 42 (2), 166-192.

BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2011). "I know what it was. You know what it was": Second-person narration in hypertext fiction. Narrative, 19 (3), 311-329.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, CICCORICCO, David, RUSTAD, Hans, LACCETTI, Jess and PRESSMAN, Jessica (2010). A [S]creed for digital fiction. electronic book review.

ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2007). New perspectives on digital literature: criticism and analysis. dichtung-digital.

Book Section

BELL, Alice (2019). Digital fictionality: possible worlds theory, ontology, and hyperlinks. In: BELL, Alice and RYAN, Marie-Laure, (eds.) Possible Worlds Theory and Contemporary Narratology. Frontiers of narrative series . Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 249-271.

BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2018). Digital fiction and unnatural narrative. In: DINNEN, Zara and WARHOL, Robyn, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to contemporary narrative theories. Edinburgh companions to literature and the humanities . Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

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BELL, Alice (2016). ‘I felt like I’d stepped out of a different reality’: possible worlds theory, metalepsis and digital fiction. In: GAVINS, Joanna and LAHEY, Ernestine, (eds.) World Building: Discourse in the Mind. Advances in stylistics . Bloomsbury, 15-32.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans (2014). From theorizing to analyzing digital fiction. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 3-17.

BELL, Alice (2014). Media-specific metalepsis in 10:01. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 21-38.

BELL, Alice (2013). Unnatural narration in hypertext fiction. In: ALBER, Jan, SKOV NEILSON, Henkrik and RICHARDSON, Brian, (eds.) A poetics of unnatural narrative. Ohio State University Press, 185-198.

BELL, Alice (2011). Ontological boundaries and conceptual leaps : the significance of possible worlds for hypertext fiction (and beyond). In: PAGE, Ruth and THOMAS, Bronwen, (eds.) New narratives : stories and storytelling in the digital age. Frontiers of narrative series . University of Nebraska Press, 63-82.

BELL, A. (2007). "Do you want to hear about it?" Exploring possible worlds in Michael Joyce's Hyperfiction, afternoon, a story. In: STOCKWELL, P. and LAMBROU, M., (eds.) Contemporary stylistics. Continuum, 43-55.

Authored Book

BELL, Alice (2010). The possible worlds of hypertext fiction. Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited Book

BELL, Alice and RYAN, Marie-Laure, eds. (2019). Possible worlds theory and contemporary narratology. Frontiers of Narrative . Lincoln, University of Nebraska.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, eds. (2014). Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics, 5 . New York, Routledge.

Thesis

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RAGHUNATH, Riyukta (2017). Alternative realities: Counterfactual historical fiction and possible worlds theory. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

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