Further, though reporters may frame stories in a narrative form
, they may not have been there at the beginning or the end of whatever they're writing about, and perhaps not much of the middle, either.
That is to say, we recognize the mythic shapes of literature because of our shared cultural experience; consequently, narrative form
intensifies the explanatory power of narrative because that form is culturally endowed with a preexisting aesthetic function based on shared affinities between modes of emplotment and their respective tropological categories.
Although, in Geoffrey Elton's famous phrase, the philosophy of history by the late 1980s was in danger of escaping from the scullery into the drawing room, it is a measure of the revolution in history that few historians these days can `do' history without challenging and/or extending it as a way of knowing and, in particular, asking how the narrative form
of history influences or even constitutes historical knowledge.
The documents are, she claims, a "prototypical novel" (xlii) in the eighteenth-century epistolary tradition, and this narrative form
dovetails with the change in legal evidence to support Chan's sense of a general epistemological change.
Since this English edition will most likely be of interest to either Pasolini enthusiasts or scholars interested in narrative form
and composition, it is regrettable that it does not also include a more extensive editorial apparatus.
Rob's uncanny command of the narrative form
has made LIFE STORY, his intense - no nonsense debut one of the Fall's most anticipated releases.
Key features of the text include rules and doctrines summarized in question and answer format, 44 problems presenting facts from real cases in narrative form
, and various bulleted lists and tables clarifying legal doctrines and other conceptual materials.
From this seed has grown multiple manifestations, among them broadcasts on local and Saint Petersburg television; participation in an international seminar on the preservation of modern monuments; and, most recently, the production of a film that gives narrative form
to the teenagers' image of Vyborg through documentary and fictional footage.
Melissa later experimented with the narrative form
The 29-page report presents selected highlights from the 29 tables in narrative form
and in 13 figures.
Browning--experimented with a type of "plotless realism" that ably integrated social critique with new conventions of narrative form
Part 1 explores history, historiography, and the Bible, describing the authorsAE methodology and their rationale for it; they stress that the narrative form
of a text from the past does not disqualify it as a historical source.