narratological love

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to narratology.

Etymologies

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narratology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • If anything, when first-person-shooters first appeared with narratological structure that resembled the narrative of action films, to some extent that content was a superficial add-on rather than a deep structure of gameplay, a kind of narratological “skin”.

    Boing Boing: September 5, 2004 - September 11, 2004 Archives

  • But many "narratological" texts come from a narrative2 tradition, where on one hand people are keen to point out the activities of the user, but on the other hand the idea that a text/game may possess specific properties is not always acceptable.

    Ye Olde Disciplinary Punch-and-Judy Show

  • But I've gone to a lot of video game talks about, you know, narratological stuff, you know, storytelling matters and character matters.

    Video Games: The 21st Century's Fine Art Frontier

  • The third sentences of this paragraph uses the imperfect tense “She would talk to himsometimes about God” to describe events that take place long after the events of the first two sentences and, which thereby catapult us away from the present action line of the story into an unspecified future time and unknown narratological perspective—a singular moment in a text that is otherwise plotted linearly along a single continuous present.

    Entropic Realism and ‘The Road’ « Gerry Canavan

  • Greece, which is an adaptation of the conventionally masculine travelogue genre, she is sensitive to the hazards of this project, employing innovative generic modes and narratological structures to manage the public fallout of gender-based discursive transgressions.

    Article Abstracts

  • In Modern Greece, which is an adaptation of the conventionally masculine travelogue genre, she is sensitive to the hazards of this project, employing innovative generic modes and narratological structures to manage the public fallout of gender-based discursive transgressions.

    The Ruins of Empire: Nationalism, Art, and Empire in Hemans's Modern Greece

  • The poem's narratological structure elaborates this strategy.

    The Ruins of Empire: Nationalism, Art, and Empire in Hemans's Modern Greece

  • I came to Alarcón's fiction from his contribution in Best American Fantasy, called "Abraham Lincoln Has Been Shot" my favorite story in that anthology*, which is wonderfully untethered from narratological temporality, and presents a story of unexpected sweetness in amongst the strangeness.

    it's the staying gone that will kill you

  • At some point, you arrive, as I did, at a stage in your writing career where you trust yourself, where critique is still helpful, but you understand the narratological choices you've made in the writing itself -- why you wrote what you did, the effects you hoped to acheive, the issues you wanted to address.

    about writing

  • I shudder to think how many blog posts I've read but this is the first time I've seen a post explicitly composed of 'garbage' and it's setting off all kinds of unexpected narratological sparks and stirrings, as quite often happens with posts on your blog.

    Garbage Day

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