metanarrative

Definitions

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  • noun A grand story that is self-legitimizing.

Etymologies

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meta- +‎ narrative

Examples

  • Frye’s metanarrative is a well-made myth, but it’s an orrery built to describe an ecosystem.

    A Theory of Modes and Modalities

  • Frye’s metanarrative is a well-made myth, but it’s an orrery built to describe an ecosystem.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

  • If the resolution of conflict is the 'How', then the metanarrative is the 'Why'. lolikitsune

    Design daily news

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