The representation of events in narrative is... not static, but a dynamically evolving... process of imagination and interpretation
Stories only happen to people who can tell them
Lou Willett Stanek
As the quote in the epigraph says, stories happen to those who know how to tell them. If there is no story, then there is no storytelling. There are people in whom the most insignificant cases develop into long exciting narrative performance (p. 20), and there are people who were involved in great adventures, but their whole storytelling comes down to one or two dry phrases.
However, telling a story means the narrator hiding their presence and allowing the situations to express himself or herself. Telling a story’s point involves the narrator disrupting the action of the story, making comments on it, and generally making their role as the creator of the story visible (p. 32).
Myths, legends, fairy tales and stories, books, theatrical performances, public speaking - there is storytelling eve...
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