Paratext

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Paratext is a term for all added written material included in a book that does not count as the primary narrative.
  
 
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Abbot, H. Porter. ''The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative''.

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Paratext is a term for all added written material included in a book that does not count as the primary narrative.

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Abbot, H. Porter. The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative.

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