Definitions of Narrative and the Alleged Problem of Time with Single Still Pictures 1 That the same story can be told in different media is one of the fundamental claims of narratology.
Claude Bremond single but taken meaning listed verbal narrative, novels, theater, movies and ballet among potential vehicles for story.
However, narratological research concerned with pictorial narrativity generally proceeds from the assumption that although single pictures may evoke or imply stories, they are unsuitable for storytelling in a strict narratological sense.
Still single pictures: Narrativity without narrative?
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Mieke Bal is probably the narratologist who has most consistently analyzed single still pictures as narratives. But the fact is that the single still pictures of which she offered narrative analyses e.
Bal, are quite incompatible with most definitions of narrative and arguably even her own cf. Bal9.
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We must keep in mind, however, that there are artefacts that are not narratives, but still have a high degree of narrativity cf.
Prince An artefact which, for example, complied only with five out of six necessary criteria for narrative, would not be a narrative. However, it would still have a much higher degree of narrativity than an artefact single but taken meaning only complied with, say, one criterion.
As long as we have not systematically established the compatibility of single still pictures with a plausible definition of narrative, it might always turn out that no picture of this kind complies with all criteria of a minimal narrative. The beholders discussed by Dieterle go far beyond anything that could be called the activation of stories contained in pictures.
But when this happens it shows us little about the utterance itself.
If Diderot tells a story which is supposed to be motivated by a landscape painting by Vernet where no events can be identified, the motivation for storytelling is external, not internal, to the picture. It tells us more about Diderot than about the picture itself. Commenting on this fact, Dieterle himself compares the kind of narrative readings he is interested in bekanntschaft freundschaft unterschied Rorschach tests cf.
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Dieterle single but taken meaning, The fact that a story is sometimes based on a picture does not show that the picture is in and by itself a narrative.
But how about pictures which were intended to tell a story and seemed to do so to their creators and their initial audience — for instance, history paintings?
After all they are consistently and regularly received as narratives. The literature on history painting has been growing ever since Alberti first defined painting as a window through which we can see a story historia or istoria in his treatise On Painting and we cannot take it into account here.
The fact is that the historia evoked by a picture was usually mythological, biblical, or, in some cases, linked to famous historical events. These references were known by the intended audience and could be easily identified.
If an artist provided the basic story-triggers, beholders easily agreed the story was being re told to them when they looked at history paintings. A naked woman, a naked man, an apple and a snake were enough to evoke the story of the Fall of Man.