This volume will be a welcome resource for Anglo-American scholars of fictionality. It assembles seven essays by European academics working in the field of narratology, prefaced by a useful editorial introduction. Although the collected essays differ considerably from one another, they all offer windows onto current narratological debates. They review contemporary conversations within narrative theory (and, in some cases, analytic philosophy and literary history) on their way to the respective authors' own contentions. In this way, the essays perform a valuable service for Anglophone readers eager to understand the sophisticated accounts of fictionality currently circulating in Germany, Denmark, and France. The collection's editors, Monika Fludernik and Henrik Skov Nielsen, are each responsible for ongoing research initiatives concerning fiction: Fludernik heads a program on “Factual and Fictional Narration” in Freiburg, while Nielsen runs the Aarhaus-based Centre for Fictionality Studies. Travelling Concepts renders newly accessible the debates that have shaped these and...

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