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But accurate self-knowledge cannot avoid its narrative form, even though false and self-deceptive conceptions of "one's story" will inevitably also have a narrative structure.
Here narrative form is treated in a serious and sustained way, and the existing scholarship about the historical novel gives heft to Shields's claims about the novel's relation to history and lends a more substantial base to her claims about the agency of feeling.
The unique narrative form of the film uses 22 songs to tell the story.
However, despite these advances in historic symbolization within the individual map, little attention has been paid to the atlas and its potential as a narrative form.
Yet, in Constituting Americans: Cultural Anxiety and Narrative Form Priscilla Wald maintains, "Untold stories press for a hearing" and, true to form, in the context of this study, the stories that Black women activists tell, which I construe as signifying a collective challenge to the "official story" regarding democracy, can be heard.
This relaxed narrative form, at once personal and constructed, opens the doors of time such that at one moment we are together in the present of the story and also behind that present moment, with all the history and circumstance and drama that made the moment.
The care experiences of ten young people who identified as LGBTQ are presented in narrative form, along with data from all 188 young people in care regarding their perceptions of the foster care environment for LGBTQ youth.
Departing from traditional narrative form, Grandbois moves masterfully between first, second, and third persons to invite readers into a textual visualization of how individual choices affect the well-being of the community.
But there seems to be some agreement that it can be used as a narrative form, with a lyric bias.
His long lines were unlike anyone else's, but his loyalty to narrative form put him out of step with some of his contemporaries and eventually with critics, many of whom additionally decried what they saw as his rhetorical self-indulgence.
Mann's long fiction remains interesting for its experimentation with narrative form.
In this new, ambitious examination of epic films, Constantine Santas artfully argues for the viability and surprising longevity of this narrative form.