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He outlined a number of these other kinds of time, of which “each is a universe of time, a chronotope.”
Most of the mouth-filling terms he coined – dialogism, double-voicedness, chronotope, heteroglossia, multi-accentuality – have passed into the lexicon of contemporary criticism.
Uses the concept of chronotope (time/space) to compare and contrast the positioning of the subjects/authors of three Jewish women’s autobiographies.