Nancy Pedri, who is Associate Professor in the Department of English and Literature at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, is a comparatist. And, as such, is one of the few scholars to have examined the implications of empty photographic frames in multimodal narratives. “In its capacity to open up the possibility for variance in meaning, […]
Should this essay about fame become famous?
A person could go insane trying to calculate the effects of telling other people about this essay: “Homo Narrativus and the Trouble with Fame“. Written by Peter Sheridan Dodds [pictured here], the essay sums itself up in the phrase “We think that fame is deserved. We are wrong.” (Thanks to Uta Frith, who as it happens […]