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Haec autem assequetur architectus geometriae gnarus, si theatrum ellipticum construat et scenae suggestum ultra punctum ex comparatione producat ita, ut extrema scenae ora sit verb.
Bede only mentions the letter n placed after another consonant with the caveat that it always makes position word-internally (regnum, calumnia) but never at the beginning of a word, citing the Christian Prospers nee tamen hos toto depellit foedere gnarus (epigr.
Sed ego gnarus latrones illac ad reliquas commeasse praedas renitebar firmiter atque sic in animo meo tacitus expostulabam: "Quid facis, infelix puella?
Narrative" is derived from gnarus, a Latin word that can be traced back to gnosis, Greek for knowledge.
Por otro, la mise en abyme del enunciador, es decir, del escritor y sus mascaras dentro del texto, contribuyen a socavar la estabilidad de la escritura novelesca tradicional, mediante la relativizacion constante del estatuto de la voz del narrador quien, en este caso es el gnarus,--"el que sabe"--debido a que otros le han traspasado ese saber y lo han legitimado como mediador y trasmisor del mismo.
De hecho, la etimologia ensena que los terminos narracion y narrar derivan del latin gnarus ("conocedor", "experto", "habil") y narro ("relatar", "contar") de la raiz sanscrita gna ("conocer") (66).
4) The lexicographer Alain Rey derives the word narrer from the Indo-European roots gne- and gno- (to know) through the Latin gnarus and narrare (Rey 2342).
The word narrative is rooted in the Latin gnarus, "knowing.
Narrative lives up to its Latin root of gnarus, knowing, in the knowledge production of the self-narratives that underpin this study: the 1889 autobiography of Frances Willard, American leader of the WCTU; and, the 1893 autobiography of Letitia Youmans, Canadian leader of the WCTU.
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