This slight correction of Cohn allows us to see that free indirect speech makes possible a kind of dual voice in first-person narrative: the words and thoughts of the experiencing self, who does not narrate
the narrative, may nevertheless appear and, in a sense, interfere in the presentation of the narrative.
Each section of the book narrates
incidents and anecdotes from Jaffrey's childhood and provides the living connection between folklore and life in modern India.
Great news--Heyborne has been selected to narrate
Daniel Kraus's next book, The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch and I can't wait.
net, leading star of the film Eman Ayoub insists that Amro narrate
the film and intends to do all that she can to convince him to change his mind.
Wideman's persona narrates
the opening section, and his son narrates
the epilogue, which includes a letter from Dan to his father; Dr.
narration track by DiCillo, Depp has been signed up to narrate
an updated version.
and I narrate
a silent film, people are screaming,'' Rinaudo said.
Actor and history-lover James Whitmore will narrate
"Silent Witnesses: America's Historic Trees," a one-hour documentary being distributed in late February to PBS stations nationwide.
Our films provide consumers with a rich, authentic experience that is complemented by the InterContinental Concierges who narrate
the videos to give them a real personal and local flavor.
Why is it, then, that we don't pay more attention to the people who narrate
the books we listen to?
oceanic scenes from the documentary projected on the Bowl's seaworthy giant screens.
He would shoot the film, edit the film, narrate
the film, write the film, tour with the film, carry the film under his arm onto the stage and talk on the side of the stage.