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narrative demarcates

July 14, 2015

“…narrative demarcates, encloses, establishes limits, orders. And if it may be an impossibly speculative task to say what narrative itself is, it may be useful and valuable to think about the kinds of ordering it uses and creates, about the figures and designs it makes.”

~ p.4 Peter Brooks Reading for the plot: design and intention in narrative. Alfred A Knopf: New York. 1984

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