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By contrast, a third-person omniscient narrator gives a panoramic view of the world of the story, looking into many characters and into the broader background of a story. And the ashes blew towards us with the salt wind from the sea.
In this way, the stories are never static because they are shaped by the relationship between narrator and audience. We also range up West, out East and over the River, though, taking in all classes and degrees of cleanliness.
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Mathematical sociology approach[ edit ] In mathematical sociology, the theory of comparative narratives was devised in order to describe and compare the structures expressed as "and" in a directed graph where multiple causal links incident into a node are conjoined of action-driven sequential events.
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When we read such fiction, we feel ourselves drawn into the other world, and taking it as real, so that when we close the book, it is hard to wrench ourselves away from that world and reluctantly return to home. When he finds it closed, he throws the garbage instead on top of another pile he finds at the bottom of a cliff.
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Literary theory[ edit ] In literary theoretic approach, narrative is being narrowly defined as fiction-writing mode in which the narrator is communicating directly to the reader.
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