Narrative, Identity, and the City

Filipino stories of dislocation and relocation

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Raul P. Lejano offers a boldly original synthesis of narratology, psychology, and human geography. This helps him articulate his two main insights: that our identity as individuals, though not completely determined by sociocultural factors, nevertheless profoundly reflects our embeddedness in particular places; and that the way we think of, or would like to think of, our own identity is most readily captured in the stories we tell about ourselves. Most revealing of all, he suggests, are our stories about coming to grips with an entire city, especially when our experience of it is actually one of dislocation or relocation – when we in some sense or other “lose” a city to which we have hitherto belonged, or when we “find” a new one. By way of illustration the book includes four specially commissioned autobiographical stories by writers of Filipino origin, which Lejano’s analytical chapters compare and contrast with each other within his interdisciplinary frame of reference. At once learnedly sophisticated and readably empathetic, his commentaries are underpinned by a basically phenomenological orientation, which leads him to view human individuals as essentially relational beings, naturally inclined to enter into dialogue with both their fellow-creatures and the larger environment.
[FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures, 8]  2018.  xii, 170 pp.
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Table of Contents
Series editor’s preface
ix
Acknowledgements
x
Contributors
xi
List of figures
xii
Chapter 1. Narrative, identity, and the city
Raul P. Lejano
1–38
Chapter 2. Story 1: The city found
Alicia P. Lejano
39–48
Chapter 3. Story 2: The city found
Mikaella Evaristo
49–59
Chapter 4. Commentary on the city found
Raul P. Lejano
61–77
Chapter 5. Story 3: The city lost
Aaron J.P. Almadro
79–99
Chapter 6. Commentary on the city lost
Raul P. Lejano
101–112
Chapter 7. Story 4: The city of silence
Josefina D. Constantino
113–123
Chapter 8. Commentary on the city of silence
Raul P. Lejano
125–135
Chapter 9. The narratively represented self-and-city
Raul P. Lejano
137–152
Appendix. Some key thinkers
153–160
Bibliography
160–168
Index
169–170
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