narratological tagset

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narratological tagset by Mind Map: narratological tagset

1. space

1.1. space_description

1.1.1. movement

1.1.1.1. part_of_movement

1.1.1.1.1. start

1.1.1.1.2. move

1.1.1.1.3. stop

1.1.1.2. stay

1.1.2. statement_of_place

1.1.2.1. place_specifity

1.1.2.1.1. specified_entity

1.1.2.1.2. general_concept

1.1.2.2. place_boundaries

1.1.2.2.1. delimited_place

1.1.2.2.2. fuzzy_place

1.1.3. spatial_object

1.1.4. space_expression

1.1.4.1. place_adjective

1.1.4.2. place_preposition

1.1.4.3. direction_adjective

1.1.4.4. direction_preposition

1.1.5. space_deixis

1.1.5.1. deictic_place_expression

1.1.5.1.1. close_place_expression

1.1.5.1.2. distant_place_expression

1.1.5.2. anaphoric_place_expression

1.2. space_of_narration+action

1.2.1. space_of_action

1.2.2. space_of_narration

1.3. space_frame

1.3.1. direct-space_frame

1.3.1.1. direct_frame_A

1.3.1.1.1. direct_frame_A1

1.3.1.1.2. direct_frame_A2

1.3.1.1.3. direct_frame_A3

1.3.1.1.4. …

1.3.1.2. direct_frame_B

1.3.1.2.1. direct_frame_B1

1.3.1.2.2. …

1.3.1.3. …

1.3.2. secondary-space_frame

1.3.2.1. secondary_frame_A

1.3.2.1.1. secondary_frame_A1

1.3.2.1.2. secondary_frame_A2

1.3.2.1.3. secondary_frame_A3

1.3.2.1.4. …

1.3.2.2. secondary_frame_B

1.3.2.2.1. secondary_frame_B1

1.3.2.2.2. …

1.3.2.3. …

1.3.3. inaccessible-space_frame

1.3.3.1. inaccessible_frame_A

1.3.3.1.1. inaccessible_frame_A1

1.3.3.1.2. inaccessible_frame_A2

1.3.3.1.3. inaccessible_frame_A3

1.3.3.1.4. …

1.3.3.2. inaccessible_frame_B

1.3.3.2.1. inaccessible_frame_B1

1.3.3.2.2. …

1.3.3.3. …

2. time

2.1. tenses

2.1.1. present

2.1.1.1. present_functions

2.1.1.1.1. narrator_present

2.1.1.1.2. generic_present

2.1.1.1.3. tabular_present

2.1.1.1.4. historic_present

2.1.1.1.5. reproducing_present

2.1.2. past

2.1.2.1. pluperfect

2.1.2.2. perfect

2.1.2.3. preterite

2.1.3. future

2.2. dates

2.2.1. implicit-time-representation

2.2.1.1. seasonal-time

2.2.1.2. event-related-time

2.2.1.3. progression-related-time

2.2.1.4. time-passing

2.2.2. explicit-time-representation

2.2.2.1. time-point

2.2.2.1.1. non_relative_time-point

2.2.2.1.2. relational_time-point

2.2.2.2. time-span

2.2.2.2.1. non_relative_time-span

2.2.2.2.2. relational_time-span

2.2.2.3. iterative-expression

3. modes_of_representation

3.1. speech_representation

3.1.1. quoted_character_speech

3.1.1.1. direct_speech

3.1.1.2. autonomous_direct_speech

3.1.1.3. partly_quoted_speech

3.1.1.4. autonomous_partly_quoted_speech

3.1.2. transposed_character_speech

3.1.2.1. free_indirect_speech

3.1.2.2. indirect_speech

3.1.3. narrated_character_speech

3.2. thought_representation

3.2.1. quoted_character_thought

3.2.1.1. quoted_thought

3.2.1.2. partly_quoted-thought

3.2.1.3. inner_monologue

3.2.1.4. stream_of_consciousness

3.2.2. transposed_character_thought

3.2.2.1. free_indirect_thought

3.2.2.2. indirect_thought

3.2.3. narrated_character_thought

4. narrative_levels

4.1. narrative_level_function

4.1.1. frame_narration_function

4.1.2. embedded_narration_function

4.1.3. narrative_parantheses

4.1.4. explicative_function

4.1.5. authentification

4.1.6. thematic_function

4.1.7. editor_fiction

4.1.8. actional_function

4.1.9. main_narration

4.1.10. mise_en_abyme

4.2. narrative_level

4.2.1. primary_narration

4.2.2. secondary_narration

4.2.3. tertiary_narration

4.2.4. …

4.2.5. n-ary_narration

4.3. narrative_level_transgression

4.3.1. metalepsis

4.3.1.1. authorial_metalepsis

4.3.1.2. discourse_metalepsis

4.3.1.3. narratorial_metalepsis

4.3.1.4. lectorial_metalepsis

5. relation_narrator--world

5.1. homodiegetic_narrator

5.1.1. autodiegetic_narrator

5.1.2. co-protagonist

5.1.3. minor_character

5.1.4. witness-participant

5.1.5. uninvolved_eyewitness

5.2. heterodiegetic_narrator

6. relation_narrator--event_time

6.1. retrospective_narrating

6.1.1. retrospective_completeness

6.1.1.1. completed_retrospective_narrating

6.1.1.2. intercalated_narrating

6.1.2. real_retrospective_narrating

6.2. simultaneous_narrating

6.3. anterior_narrating

7. timerelation_discours--histoire

7.1. order

7.1.1. chronology

7.1.2. anachrony

7.1.2.1. analepse

7.1.2.1.1. reach_analepse

7.1.2.1.2. extent_analepse

7.1.2.2. prolepse

7.1.2.2.1. reach_prolepse

7.1.2.2.2. extent_prolepse

7.1.2.3. simullepse

7.1.3. achrony

7.1.3.1. achronic_element

7.1.3.1.1. link_space

7.1.3.1.2. link_theme

7.2. duration

7.2.1. isochrony

7.2.2. anisochrony

7.2.2.1. summary

7.2.2.1.1. ellipsis

7.2.2.2. scene

7.2.2.2.1. pause

7.3. frequency

7.3.1. singulative

7.3.1.1. multi-singulative

7.3.2. repetitive

7.3.3. iterative

8. perspective

8.1. perceptual_perspective

8.2. ideological_perspective

8.2.1. evaluation

8.2.1.1. neutral_evaluation

8.2.1.2. negative_evaluation

8.2.1.3. positive_evaluation

8.2.2. knowledge-based_perspective

8.2.3. way_of_thinking-based_perspective

8.2.4. evaluative_position-based_perspective

8.2.5. intellectual_horizon-based_perspective

8.3. spatial_perspective

8.3.1. spatial_position

8.4. temporal_perspective

8.4.1. conception

8.4.1.1. first_conception

8.4.1.2. representation

8.4.1.3. conceived_object

8.4.1.3.1. conceived_object_1

8.4.1.3.2. conceived_object_2

8.4.1.3.3. conceived_object_3

8.4.1.3.4. …

8.5. lingustic_perspective

8.5.1. lexis-based_perspective

8.5.2. syntax-based_perspective

8.5.3. speech_function-based_perspective

8.5.4. morphology-based_perspective

9. narratee_representation

9.1. narratee_characterization

9.2. narratee_reference

10. narrator_representation

10.1. narrator_characterization

10.2. narrator_reference

11. information_allocation

11.1. asymmetric_information_allocation

11.1.1. asymmetric_information_allocation_effect

11.1.1.1. suspense

11.1.1.1.1. information_ellipsis

11.1.1.1.2. allusion

11.1.1.1.3. surprise

11.2. symmetric_information_allocation

12. character

12.1. characterization

12.1.1. character_action

12.1.1.1. action_choice

12.1.1.1.1. other_directed_action

12.1.1.1.2. self-determined_action

12.1.1.2. action_activity

12.1.1.2.1. active_action

12.1.1.2.2. passive_action

12.1.1.3. action_intentionality

12.1.1.3.1. intentional_action

12.1.1.3.2. unintentional_action

12.1.1.4. character_development_effect

12.1.1.4.1. character_development

12.1.1.4.2. no_character_development

12.1.1.5. action_actuality

12.1.1.5.1. actual_action

12.1.1.5.2. hypothetical_action

12.1.1.6. action_sphere

12.1.1.6.1. inner_action

12.1.1.6.2. outer_action

12.1.1.7. action_motivation

12.1.1.7.1. psychologically_motivated

12.1.1.7.2. socially_motivated

12.1.1.7.3. strategically_motivated

12.1.1.7.4. …

12.1.2. physical_appearance

12.1.2.1. physiognomy

12.1.2.2. clothing

12.1.3. character_language

12.1.3.1. speech_characterization

12.1.3.1.1. dialect

12.1.3.1.2. colloquial_language

12.1.3.1.3. flawed_language

12.1.3.1.4. language_register

12.1.3.2. speech_content-characterization

12.1.3.2.1. implicit_message

12.1.3.2.2. explicit_message

12.1.4. interpersonal_characterization

12.1.4.1. charactant_mode

12.1.4.1.1. active_charactant

12.1.4.1.2. passive_charactant

12.1.4.2. character_constellation

12.1.4.2.1. character_opposition

12.1.4.2.2. character_dualism

12.1.4.2.3. character_parallelism

12.1.4.2.4. character_negation

12.1.4.2.5. character_simularity

12.1.4.2.6. ...

12.1.5. narrator_commentary

12.1.6. character_trait

12.1.6.1. …

12.1.6.2. …

12.1.7. socio-cultural_aspect

12.1.7.1. …

12.1.7.2. …

12.1.8. metatextual_reference

12.1.8.1. …

12.1.8.2. …

12.1.9. intertextual_reference

12.1.9.1. …

12.1.9.2. …

12.2. character_functions

12.2.1. actant_role

12.2.1.1. subject

12.2.1.2. object

12.2.1.3. sender

12.2.1.4. receiver

12.2.1.5. helper

12.2.1.6. opponent

12.2.2. charactant

12.3. character_reference

12.3.1. direct_character_reference

12.3.1.1. proper_name

12.3.1.1.1. aptronym

12.3.1.2. definite_description

12.3.1.3. personal_pronoun

12.3.2. indirect_character_reference

12.3.2.1. autonomous_speech_character_reference

12.3.2.2. action_description_character_reference

12.3.2.3. passive_voice_character_reference

12.3.3. identification

12.3.3.1. normal_identification

12.3.3.2. false_identification

12.3.3.3. deferred_identification

12.3.3.3.1. covert_deferred_identification

12.3.3.3.2. overt_deferred_identification

12.3.3.4. impeded_identification

12.3.4. first_character_reference

13. aspects_of_plot

13.1. narrative_constitution

13.1.1. happening

13.1.1.1. story

13.1.1.1.1. event

13.1.1.2. non-actualized_elements

13.2. knowledge_structures

13.2.1. frames

13.2.1.1. frame_A

13.2.1.2. frame_B

13.2.1.3. frame_C

13.2.1.4. ...

13.2.2. scripts

13.2.2.1. script_A

13.2.2.2. script_B

13.2.2.3. script_C

13.2.2.4. ...

13.2.3. script_deviation

13.3. plot_sequences

13.3.1. plot_sequence_A

13.3.1.1. segment_A1

13.3.1.2. segment_A2

13.3.1.3. segment_A3

13.3.1.4. …

13.3.2. plot_sequence_B

13.3.2.1. segment_B1

13.3.2.2. …

13.3.3. C

13.3.3.1. …

13.3.4. ...

13.4. plot_organizing_principles

13.4.1. deep_structure

13.4.1.1. deep_structure_element1

13.4.1.2. deep_structure_element2

13.4.1.3. ...

13.4.2. move_grammar

13.4.2.1. problem

13.4.2.2. solution

13.4.2.3. auxiliary

13.4.3. proppian_functions

13.4.3.1. absentation

13.4.3.2. interdiction

13.4.3.3. violation_of_interdiction

13.4.3.4. reconnaissance

13.4.3.5. delivery

13.4.3.6. trickery

13.4.3.7. complicity

13.4.3.8. villainy

13.4.3.9. mediation

13.4.3.10. beginning_counter-action

13.4.3.11. departure

13.4.3.12. first_function_of_the_donor

13.4.3.13. hero's_reaction

13.4.3.14. receipt_of_a_magical_agent

13.4.3.15. guidance

13.4.3.16. struggle

13.4.3.17. branding

13.4.3.18. victory

13.4.3.19. liquidation

13.4.3.20. return

13.4.3.21. pursuit

13.4.3.22. rescue

13.4.3.23. unrecognized_arrival

13.4.3.24. unfounded_claims

13.4.3.25. difficult_task

13.4.3.26. solution

13.4.3.27. recognition

13.4.3.28. exposure

13.4.3.29. transfiguration

13.4.3.30. punishment

13.4.3.31. wedding

13.4.4. ...?

13.4.4.1. prologue

13.4.4.2. climax

13.4.4.3. peripety

13.4.4.4. epilogue

13.4.5. ...

14. self-reflexive_narration

14.1. metafiction

14.1.1. explicit_metafiction

14.1.2. implicit_metafiction

14.2. metanarration

14.2.1. type_of_metanarration

14.2.1.1. narrator_self-description

14.2.1.2. narration_process_reference

14.2.1.3. narration_reflection

14.2.2. metanarrative_device

14.2.2.1. marked_narrator_identity

14.2.2.2. enrolement

14.2.2.3. colloquiality

14.2.2.4. generalization

14.2.2.5. self-reflection

14.2.3. metanarration_effect

14.2.3.1. illusion_obstructing

14.2.3.2. illusion_supportive

15. unreliabilty

15.1. unreliablity_type

15.1.1. facts_unreliability

15.1.2. values+ethics_unreliability

15.1.3. knowledge+perception_unreliabilty

15.2. unreliablity_intentionality

15.2.1. intentional_unreliability

15.2.2. unintentional_unreliablity

15.3. unreliabilty_solvedness

15.3.1. solved_unreliablity

15.3.2. unsolved_unreliability

15.4. unreliability_effect

15.4.1. bonding_unreliabilty

15.4.1.1. metaphorically_reliable_unreliability

15.4.1.2. comparison_imlied_author--narrator

15.4.1.3. naive_defamiliarization

15.4.1.4. misguided_self-deprecation

15.4.1.5. progress_towards_norm

15.4.1.6. optimistic_comparison

15.4.1.6.1. positive_compared_part

15.4.1.6.2. negative_compared_part

15.4.2. estranging_unreliablity

15.5. unreliability_indicators

15.5.1. contradiction_narrator-view--facts

15.5.2. gap_narrator-report--true_outcome

15.5.3. chlash_narrator--character-view

15.5.4. internal_contradiction

15.5.5. peculiar_verbal_habit

15.6. unreliability_sources

15.6.1. limited_knowledge

15.6.2. personal_involvement

15.6.3. problematic_value-scheme

15.6.4. psychological_traits

15.6.4.1. cupidity

15.6.4.2. cretinism

15.6.4.3. gullibility

15.6.4.4. perplexity

15.6.4.5. innocence

16. conclusive_tags

16.1. circularity

16.2. perspective_uniformity

16.2.1. compact_perspective

16.2.2. distributive_perspective

16.3. narrator_distinctiveness

16.3.1. overt_narrator

16.3.2. covert_narrator

16.4. narratee_distinctiveness

16.4.1. overt narratee

16.4.2. covert_narratee

16.5. narration_mode

16.5.1. telling

16.5.2. showing

16.6. character_categorization

16.6.1. Untitled

16.6.1.1. flat_character

16.6.1.2. round_character

16.7. logische Grundstruktur (Tiefenstruktur)

16.7.1. rekonstruierbar

16.7.2. nicht rekonstruierbar

16.7.2.1. Geschehensinterpretation des Erzählers

16.8. plot_types

16.8.1. structure-based_plot_schemata

16.8.1.1. ...

16.8.1.2. ...

16.8.2. content-based_plot_schemata

16.8.2.1. genres

16.8.2.1.1. Trägödie

16.8.2.1.2. Komödie

16.8.2.1.3. Schelmenroman

16.8.2.1.4. Novelle

16.8.2.1.5. ...

16.8.2.2. ...

16.9. Typen

16.9.1. psychologischer Typus

16.9.1.1. Narzisst

16.9.1.2. Psychopath

16.9.1.3. ...

16.9.2. soziokultureller Typus

16.9.2.1. Arbeiter

16.9.2.2. Kapitalist

16.9.2.3. ...

16.9.3. Figurentypus/Rolle

16.9.3.1. Schurke

16.9.3.2. Held

16.9.3.3. ...

16.9.4. bekannteFigur/reale Person

16.10. tellability

16.11. fictionality_status

16.11.1. fictional

16.11.2. factual

17. additional_categories

17.1. verbs

17.1.1. speech

17.1.2. perc

17.1.3. psych

17.2. knowledge

17.2.1. knowledge_certainty

17.2.1.1. uncertain_knowledge

17.2.1.2. certain_knowledge

17.2.2. knowledge_scope

17.2.2.1. Untitled

17.2.2.2. Untitled

17.3. ontological_status

17.3.1. possibility

17.3.1.1. possible

17.3.1.1.1. true

17.3.1.1.2. false

17.3.1.1.3. hypothetical

17.3.1.2. impossible

17.3.2. actuality

17.3.2.1. actual

17.3.2.2. counterfactual

17.3.3. necessity

17.3.3.1. necessary

17.3.3.2. contingent