narration


narration

“…its purpose is to recount events…There are two forms: simple narrative, which recites events chronologically, as in a newspaper account; and narrative with plot, which is less often chronological and more often arranged according to a principle determined by the nature of the plot and the type of story intended” (Source: Harmon & Holman,  336).

Also see: plot.


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