And you have no narrative.’
A storyline is often called a narrative.
There was a narrative around “Enlightened” being cancelled.
But in doing so he fills in some of the gaps in Mr Stora's narrative.
He added: "That could change in the future as the narrative develops further.
Mr Modi and his government had clearly little headroom to control the narrative.
“They become data points on this ongoing narrative about his inability to attract black voters.”
“I think she has bought into the military narrative of what happened in Rakhine,” said Richardson.
The first graduate program in narrative medicine was created at Columbia University in 2009 by Dr.
He finds a way to make the narrative about himself, and to make his narrative triumphant.
“The narrative many plantations have been telling, that the city has been telling, is a simple one,” she said.
An irreconciliation narrative sees the Aboriginal demand for recognition as an ongoing and unresolvable problem.
The old narrative was one of questionable loyalty or insignificance; the new narrative was of involvement, action and pride.
In an embedded narrative, the main story is told within a framing narrative (think of a painting in a frame which makes up the whole picture).
I don’t want to control the narrative, I want to present you with images of what’s happening and give you the opportunity to create your own narrative.
That way Trump could erect a privately funded monument "to control his own narrative and not have the federal government having a hand in presenting his narrative to the public," Updegrove said.
After the five narrative and discourse units, Matthew continues from chapter 26 on with the Passion narrative, burial, a Resurrection account, and the appearance of the risen Lord in Galilee, where he gives the final “great commission,” with which Matthew ends.
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, Written by Himself (1845), often considered the epitome of the slave narrative, links the quest for freedom to the pursuit of literacy, thereby creating a lasting ideal of the African American hero committed to intellectual…
The Cronkite story has become part of a much larger, decline-of-the-news narrative—the narrative that the new HBO series “Newsroom” is built on, for example, and that Cronkite’s deposed successor as CBS News anchor, Dan Rather, pursues in a new book, “Rather Outspoken” (Grand Central Publishing).
- a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
Example: his narrative was interesting
- consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story
Example: narrative poetry
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