頁數：133﹣184 奇幻經典之跨媒介網絡建構及敘事策略初探： 以《哈利波特》故事網絡為例 Preliminary Exploration of Constructing a Fantasy Transmedia Story Network Using Narrative Strategies: Using the Story Network of the Harry Potter Series as an Example
intermediality, fantasy genre, story network, narrative strategy, transmedia storytelling
This study used the Harry Potter series to analyze the application of intermediality for constructing story nodes and textual constellations and for encouraging continual interaction from the implicit audience. In contrast to the static observation of traditional structuralism, the story network of the Harry Potter series constantly expands and flows. By tracing the implicit audience’s transmedia memory, the narrator arranges multiplatform story landmarks to bring the audience into the network through their wandering perspectives. In addition, the narrator applies extra compositional intermediality and thereby invites the audience into the story network by referring to other literary works. Finally, in the Harry Potter series, network aesthetics are embodied through the occasional insertion of additional plotlines into the story network, which compels the implicit audience to travel between multiplatform story nodes and to compare episodes in order to fill the gaps.