storylike

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Individuals adjust and employ established storylike and cultural forms to design their routes through life.
Paquin's narrative is storylike as she shows the interplay between Johana's relationships, music making, and academic life.
Karapanou's book feels like a naive form of modernism, each of the text's short, storylike chapters a work of bricolage built from the diverse materials circulating in her cluttered mind.
It has a narrative storylike structure that preserves chronological flow and that normally is limited to a brief time span, to one or a few key actors, to a bounded space, or to all three.
Told in a storylike fashion, Raving Fans identifies how every successful service is done right.
In the main gallery photographs were hung in pairs, such as Mapplethorpe in a leather jacket, Self-Portrait, 1983, next to the stylish punk in Tattoo Artist's Son, 1984, and in suggestive groups of seven, either in storylike clusters or rows of portraits.
She was part of the television show's first theatre tour last Christmas in Balamory What's The StoryLike the television series, Miss Hoolie, the Balamory nursery school teacher, is a firm favourite in the stage version of the show.
It has a narrative storylike structure, they continue, that preserves chronological flow and that normally is limited to a brief time span, to one or a few key actors, to a bounded space, or to all three.
People awakened during REM sleep usually report dreams with visual images and storylike narratives.
Although Krieg says the book isn't a biography, her chronologies and narratives give the work a storylike, biographical readability.
And indeed the songs have a storylike, observational quality to them.
People develop the capacity to dream during childhood, says Foulkes, who notes that dreams do not assume a storylike form until age 7 or 8.