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Narrative is defined as an account of an event or series of events in prose or verse form, typically with a plot and characters with whom the reader forms an emotional connection. The events are experienced primarily by the protagonist, who undergoes some change as a result of these events. While Story is defined as something that is told in sequence (usually through narration), usually through dialogue between characters involved in the action.

  • Narrator in the first person. I, my, and me are pronouns.
  • Narrator in the second person. Pronouns: you, your,
  • Narrator in the third person (Limited) He, she, and they
  • He, she, and they Usually told in the third person.
  • Untrustworthy narrator.



The protagonist and the main character (sometimes known as the "primary character") are both central characters, but the protagonist pushes the plot forward while the major character is influenced by it.

There is a distinction between author, narrator, and character. The author creates the story. The narrator tells the story. The character lives the story.

There are many different types of stories that were developed over time. This story is a narrative with a beginning, middle, and end. Other types of storytelling include myths and folktales that convey folk wisdom in a humorous or entertaining way.

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