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In the inverted causality of foreshadowing, where beginnings are determined by their ends, "events are not only pushed, but pulled. This is the case whether the foreshadowing takes place at the theological, historical, or psychological level.
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Against foreshadowing, Morson coins the notion of "sideshadowing. Instead of the global regularities that so many intellectual and spiritual movements claim to reveal, sideshadowing stresses the significance of random, haphazard, and unassimilable contingencies, and instead of the power of a system to uncover an otherwise unfathomable truth, it expresses the ever-changing nature of that truth and the absence of any predictive certainties in human affairs.
Sideshadowing, whether expressed in the openness of novels like War and Peace, in political theories committed to prosaic, anti-utopian principles, or in the ways we narrate our own lives to ourselves, is shown to be at the core of an open, contingent, and pluralistic sense of human possibility and freedom.
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If Narrative and Freedom demonstrates the enormous gains of a genuinely comparative exploration comparative not only among languages but also among theoretical disciplines Haun Saussy's The Problem of a Chinese Aesthetic brilliantly applies a deconstructive framework to question the very possibility of comparative East-West poetics.
If you have any interest in narrative structure at all, this is a book you need to spend some time with. Also sounds very interesting.
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