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- adj. Capable of being narrated
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It deals obviously with a succession of events, with actions easily narratable by means of a "time-art" like poetry.
If you should think of any other idea, narratable by an old man, which you think would strike the chord of the season; and if you should find time to work it out during the short remainder of this month, I should be greatly pleased to have it.