: "Why is the LHN called a living handbook?". 30 Sep 2016. Hühn, Peter et al. (eds.): the living handbbook of narratology. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press. http://hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/lhn/index.php?title=Main_Page&oldid=2028

Why is the LHN called a living handbook?

The living handbook of narratology (LHN) is based on the Handbook of Narratology, first published by Walter de Gruyter in 2009. As an open access publication, it makes available all of the 32 articles contained in the original print version—and more: the LHN offers the additional functionality of electronic publishing including full text search facility, one-click-export of reference data and digital humanities tools for text analysis.

The LHN continuously expands its original content base by adding new articles on concepts and theories fundamental to narratology and to the study of narrative in general. The LHN is published in a WiKi system and offers narratologists registered to do so the opportunity to comment on existing articles, suggest additions or corrections and submit new articles to the editors.

What's new


January 27, 2013

Two new articles available on the LHN:

Wolf Schmid: Implied Reader

Wolf Schmid: Non-temporal Linking in Narration


January 26, 2013

A revised version of Wolf Schmid: Implied Author is now available on the LHN


January 21, 2012

Two new articles available on the LHN:

Wolf Schmid: Narratee

Wolf Schmid: Poetic or Ornamental Prose


January 16, 2013

New article available on the LHN:

Wolf Schmid: Skaz


November 25, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Richard Walsh: Dreaming and Narration


October 24, 2012

Burkhard Niederhoff: Reply to Klauk & Köppe's comment on his article on focalization; cf. Focalization --> Discussion http://hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/lhn/index.php/Talk:Focalization


October 17, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Stephen Halliwell: Diegesis - Mimesis


October 15, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Marcus Hartner: Multiperspectivity


September 15, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Pablo Gervás: Story Generator Algorithms


May 6, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Uri Margolin: Simultaneity in Narrative


April 17, 2012

Manfred Jahn has posted a commentary on Klauk and Köppe's comment on "Focalization" entry; cf. Focalization --> Discussion


April 15, 2012

New article available on the LHN:

Inderjeet Mani: Computational Narratology


January 13, 2012

New articles available on the LHN:

Suzanne Keen: Narrative Empathy

Marie-Laure Ryan: Possible Worlds


New address

Since May 1, 2013, the living handbook of narratology (LHN) appears as a CMS-based version under the new address:
http://www.lhn.uni-hamburg.de
The present wiki-based version remains preserved under the date April, 30, 2013.

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How to cite

To cite the entire LHN:
Hühn, Peter et al. (eds): the living handbook of narratology. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press.
URL = hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/lhn
[view date: 30 Sep 2016]

To cite an article:
Hühn, Peter: "Event and Eventfulness", Paragraph 7-11. In: Hühn, Peter et al. (eds.): the living handbook of narratology. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press.
URL = hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/lhn/index.php?title=Event and Eventfulness&oldid=753
[view date: 30 Sep 2016]

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