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"Coming to Terms is clearly a major effort in the ongoing project of expanding and specifying our knowledge of narrative and the terms and concepts of our narratological theory and criticism."—Harold F. Mosher, Jr., Northern Illinois University, Style, Vol. 26, No. 3, Fall 1992"A stimulating book, not least because Chatman masters the diffcult art of writing theory in a lucid and interesting manner. . . .Coming to Terms offers a number of original insights and suggestions, and where it does not do so, it provides a clear and useful exposition of the relevant ideas and arguments put forward by other scholars. For those interested in narrative theory or in the relation between fiction and film, coming to terms with this book will be a worthwhile endeavor."—Burkhard Niederhoff, Amerikastudien, Vol. 39, 1994
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Seymour Chatman (August 30, 1928 - November 4, 2015) was an American film and literary critic and professor emeritus of rhetoric at the University of California, Berkeley.
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