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Definition of the adjective Narratable
What does Narratable mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Capable of being narrated
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by Simon Susen
The narrativity of the self: To understand that selves are both narrating and narratable means to comprehend that people's need to attribute a sense of purpose ...
The Renewal of Generosity (2009)
Illness, Medicine, and How to Live by Arthur W. Frank
Narratable is a word Bérubé uses to remind us that social conventions determine what's worth telling a story about: not everything that everybody does is seen by others as worthy of a story.17 Stories do not merely narrate events. They convey ...
A Dictionary of Narratology (2003)
by Gerald Prince
narratable. That which is worthy of being told; that which is susceptible of or calls for narration. HBrooks 1984; Miller 1981. See alSO MIDDLE, REPORTABILITY. narrated.
Miller distinguishes the dynamic “narratable” from the static “non- narratable ,” claiming that narrative inherently tends to subvert wholeness because it subjects transcendent desire to a chainlike series of horizontal displacements.
by Thomas E. Zurinskas
nasality ~nafthhis - naphthous ~nafthhu - naphtha ~nafthhulleen - naphthalene ~nag - nag ~nager - nagger ~nair - ne'er ~nairaet - narrate ~nairaeter - narrator ~ nairee - nary ~nairis - naris ~nairitibool - narratable ~nairitiv - narrative ~nairoe ...
by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel
Both children and adults have to learn what kinds of events and experiences are narratable, and such learning also represents training in what counts as memorable, worth being remembered, within a particular social group. A body of ...
adj: narratable n: narration, narrator, narrative (adj) (-er, - est) ...
• narratable adj. • narration noun 1 ...
Approaches, Scholars, Terms by Irene Rima Makaryk
systems, the repertories of topics, the enunciative rules which, in a given society, organize the sayable - the narratable and the arguable - and insure the division of discursive labour' (1989, 13). Angenot et al. claim that within the ...
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
□ narratable adj. □ narration n 1 the act or process of telling something. 2 a continuous story or commentary. □ narrator n someone who tells a story or gives a running commentary. □ narratory adj.
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The value of this 10-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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