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"The representation (as product and process, object and act, structure and structuration) of one or more real or fictive events communicated by one, two, or several (more or less overt) narrators to one, two, or several (more or less overt) narratees" (Prince 58) -Gerald Prince, Dictionary of Narratology
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"Commonly, the telling of a story. I prefer to call it the representation of a story" (Abbott 193) -H. Porter Abbott, The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative'
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"A construct related in a suitable format (written, spoken, poetry, prose, images, song, theater, or dance) that describes a sequence of fictional or non-fictional events" -Wikipedia
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"the practice or act of narrating; something to narrate" -The Oxford English Dictionary
  
 
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Critical Debates

"The representation (as product and process, object and act, structure and structuration) of one or more real or fictive events communicated by one, two, or several (more or less overt) narrators to one, two, or several (more or less overt) narratees" (Prince 58) -Gerald Prince, Dictionary of Narratology

"Commonly, the telling of a story. I prefer to call it the representation of a story" (Abbott 193) -H. Porter Abbott, The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative'

"A construct related in a suitable format (written, spoken, poetry, prose, images, song, theater, or dance) that describes a sequence of fictional or non-fictional events" -Wikipedia

"the practice or act of narrating; something to narrate" -The Oxford English Dictionary

References

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