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An event in a narrative is a change or transformation from one state to another.
  
 
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An event refers to a process rather than a state of being, though this is many times hard to discern in a text, as most sentences seem to refer to processes.  However, for an event to occur, some alteration must take place--relying on contextual clues is crucial to determine this change.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:53, 12 June 2008

An event in a narrative is a change or transformation from one state to another.

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Definition

An event refers to a process rather than a state of being, though this is many times hard to discern in a text, as most sentences seem to refer to processes. However, for an event to occur, some alteration must take place--relying on contextual clues is crucial to determine this change.

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