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DATE

2016-10

AUTHORS

Yolanda Dreyer

ABSTRACT

This article focuses on the transformative power of metaphor in narrative discourse. Narratological concepts are utilized in combination with Anton Boisen’s idea of “living human document”, Paul Ricoeur’s hermeneutics, and Donald Capps’s “reframing”. By reordering plot, the story is recreated. Readers associate or disassociate with the characters in the story—in Ricoeur’s language, they can “appropriate” the story. The narrative example is the autobiography of Lloyd Cele, a young Zulu musician from South Africa, which tells his life story from childhood during the end of apartheid to young adulthood in post-apartheid South Africa. The root metaphor of his story can facilitate others to find their own root metaphor. This can empower them to transform from an “authentic I″ to an “authentic other”. More... »

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643-655

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TITLE

Pastoral Psychology

ISSUE

5

VOLUME

65

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