다중형식 서사의 비선형성 : 영화의 분기구조
Nonlinearity of Multi-Form Narratives: Bifurcating Structure of Films
The objective of this study is to explore nonlinear narratives with focus on bifurcating structure in films, Groundhog Day(1993) and Sliding Doors(1998). Nonlinearity is characteristics of computer mediated narratives such as hyperfictions and computer games even though it is not just uniquely limited to these digital media narratives. The case in point is forking paths in conventional narratives including printed novels and films. There is no unanimous definition on nonlinearity but there can be an agreement that it refers to narrative structure telling a story against a straightforward way. Among them are different point of views or non-chronological arrangement of events, which have been often touched upon by scholars on narratology. However, narrative bifurcation has yet to be fully researched. This research examines how chronological presentation of events show stories nonlinearly with forking paths in the two films. These narrative texts have different outcomes with variations on the same events: five in Groundhog Day and two in Sliding Doors.
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