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What is conventional narrative?

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Conventional narrative is defined as a peice of narrative literature, either prose, or poem, that has three main parts. These main parts are defined plainly as "a beginning" "a middle" and "an end" The beginning is when the protagonist is in a state
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The stages of conventional narrative style are: Stage 1: A state of equilibrium
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a rule or method when telling the story e.g using a narrator at the beginning of a film or other medium. for your second question i have no clue.
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Concerning Lessing's "Through the Tunnel," the story is told in third-person limited point of view. The thoughts of the mother and Jerry are revealed, but the thoughts
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