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== Critical Debates ==
 
== Critical Debates ==
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"Showing, enacting (as opposed to telling, recounting)" (Prince 52) -Gerald Prince, Dictionary of Narratology
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"Direct presentation of words and actions of characters; often called 'dramatic'" (Martin 124) -Wallace Martin, Recent Theories of Narrative
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"The imitation of action by performance" (Abbott 193) -H. Porter Abbott, The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative
  
 
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Critical Debates

"Showing, enacting (as opposed to telling, recounting)" (Prince 52) -Gerald Prince, Dictionary of Narratology

"Direct presentation of words and actions of characters; often called 'dramatic'" (Martin 124) -Wallace Martin, Recent Theories of Narrative

"The imitation of action by performance" (Abbott 193) -H. Porter Abbott, The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative

References

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