Rhetorically elaborated narratives, for example, can be construed as stand-alone performances, more or less distinct from surrounding discourse.) Dimensions Possibilities Tellership
One active teller Multiple active [left and right arrow] co-tellers Tellability High [left and right arrow] Low Embeddedness Detached [left and right arrow] Embedded Linearity Closed temporal and causal Open t.
In the 1820 edition of the Black Book, for example, Wade listed Earl Bathurst's net annual income from his sinecure Tellership
of the Exchequer as a truly scandalous 23,117 [pounds], and Rubinstein repeats the charge.(34) But not only had all four Tellerships
of the Exchequer already in 1817 been earmarked for extinction on the deaths of their holders,(35) Bathurst's had in fact long since been reformed.