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  • Tonsured nihility rots a story ’til I hinder us not.
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  1. "A Story" is an album by Yoko Ono, recorded in 1974, during the "lost weekend" sessions in which John Lennon produced Walls and Bridges. It was unreleased until the 1992 box set Onobox, which featured material from A Story on disc six. It was only properly released as an individual album in 1997, with the reissuing of Ono's back catalogue by Rykodisc. The reissue added three bonus tracks, including home demos and a live recording from the Starpeace tour.
  2. "A Story" is a musical album of Fly My Pretties.
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A Story is a South Korean film production house company.

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Google previewNarrative and Psychotherapy (1997)

by John McLeod

A story is a performance (Langellier, 1989). Even a story written alone, such ...

Google previewThe Journey Prize Stories (2005)

From the Best of Canada's New Writers by Elizabeth Hay, Lisa Lynne Moore, Michael Redhill

A story is a sequence of ix Introduction.

Google previewCreative Writing (2013)

A Workbook with Readings by Linda Anderson

A story is a complete dramatic action — and in good stories, the characters are shown through the action and the action is controlled through the characters, and the result of this is meaning that derives from the whole presented experience.

Google previewChristianity Encountering World Religions (2009)

The Practice of Mission in the Twenty-first Century by Terry C. Muck, Frances S. Adeney

A story is a narrative with a beginning, a middle, and an end. Often the beginning, the middle, and the end of a culture roughly correspond to a culture's view of its past, present, and future. A story is a narrative—historical, nonhistorical, ...

Google previewNiels Henrik Abel (1957)

Mathematician Extraordinary by Øystein Ore

««§ A Story is A Web of many strands, yet it must of necessity have some point of beginning in time and place. So let our narrative start in the little parish of Gjerstad in southern Norway nearly two hundred years ago.

Google previewOur Secret Territory (2011)

The Essence of Storytelling by Laura Simms

A story is a vital and dynamic little world, an ecology, beautiful and inter- connected, that when we enter, makes us whole. In these times of great disarray and alienation, Story has been diminished and forgotten and we are lost as a people and ...

Google previewIn Plain View (2013)

by J. Wachowski

Wachowski Acknowledgements A story is a dream until it has an.

Google previewMercy on Trial (2009)

What It Means to Stop an Execution by Austin Sarat

GEORGE RYAN'S DILEMMA Turning a terrible action into a story is a way to distance onself from it, at worst a form of self-deception, at best a way to pardon the self. —Natalie Zemon Davis ...

Google previewThe Boy Who Lost Fairyland (2015)

by Catherynne M. Valente

A story is a map of the world. A gloriously colored and wonderful map, the sort one often sees framed and hanging on the wall in a study full of plush chairs and stained-glass lamps: painstakingly lettered, researched. In Which Apologies Are ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Cinema Quotations from Filmmakers and Critics (2000)

Over 3400 Axioms, Criticisms, Opinions and Witticisms from 100 Years of the Cinema by Stephen M. Ringler

A story starts at one place and goes on to another place; as a result of incidents people are a›ected. That is storytelling ...

Google previewA Visual Dictionary of Architecture (2011)

by Francis D. K. Ching

soft story A story having a lateral stiffness significantly less than ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (2000)

Volume 67 (Supplement 30) by Allen Kent

Basically, a story grammar claims that a formal structure can be assigned to a story in analogy to the syntactic structure ascribed to sentences in linguistics. Accordingly, story grammars are represented in the form of rewrite rules; the grammar ...

Google previewThe One Percenter Encyclopedia (2011)

The World of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs from Abyss Ghosts to Zombies Elite by Bill Hayes

Blessed with Evil: A Story of the Hells Angels and the Evil Spirits Motorcycle Clubs. iUniArturo Rossenaldo Romero verse, Inc., 2007. Wethern, George, and Vincent Colnett. A Wayward Angel: The Full Story of the Hells Angels.

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Once a newspaper touches a story, the facts are lost forever, even to the protagonists. (Norman Mailer)
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