Wang Yue , Ph.D.
2006, B.A.,Yunnan University;
2008, M.A., Sichuan University;
2011, Ph.D., Sichuan University.
2011-present, Principal Investigator for Unreliable Narrative’s group , College of Humanities, Xiamen University.
Unreliable narrative is a literary phenomenon under the influence of cultural factors as well as long-standing narrative skill. Our research group connects the history of unreliable narrative and realism paradigm, and discusses how the concept of realism impacted on unreliability in fiction.
Wang Yue. On the Unreliable Narrative in Ian McEwan’s “Solid Geometry”. Foreign Literature. 2010, (1): 16-22.
Wang Yue. A Close Reading on Shanzhai Culture in View of Semiotics. Social Scientist. 2010, (9): 151-4.
Wang Yue. Narrativization as an Unreliable Narration in Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love. English and American Literature Studies. 2011, (14): 191-202.
Wang Yue. The Comfort of Strangers: Phalanx of Unreliable Characters and Narration. Foreign Literatures. 2011, (2): 120-8.
Wang Yue. Unreliable Narrative in TheCement Garden by Ian McEwan. China Three Gorges Tribune. 2011, (3): 21-5.
Wang Yue. Atonement: Interpretive Negation in Leveled Unreliable Narration. English and American Literature Studies. 2013, (19): 45-54.
Wang Yue. Dance with Shackles: Ian McEwan’s Fiction and Unreliable Narrative. China Social Sciences Press, 2013.