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|Authors:||SHU-HUI EILEEN CHEN|
SHU-HUI EILEEN CHEN
Department of English, NTNU
|Abstract:||The use of narrative is an important part of any language and culture. As an organized account of a sequence of events, narrative merges aspects of language, culture, cognition, and emotion. The book Chinese Language Narration: Culture, Cognition, and Emotion, edited by Allyssa McCabe and Chien-ju Chang, represents one of the few recent works that provides an in-depth study of Chinese language narration. It deals with major issues of narration from the perspective of cross-cultural comparisons, the development of narrative with children in L1 and L2, as well as with individual differences. In particular, it offers an insightful view of the features of narration by Mandarin Chinese speakers.|
|Appears in Collections:||同心圓：語言學研究|
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