One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Not a lot goes on; it's usually narratively spare and dry in sentiment, but the seemingly simple mix produces surprising resonance.’
- ‘The play is based on narratively coherent stories, but the language is like a dream and half-invented, so the audience has to do a lot of piecing together for themselves.’
- ‘It's a satisfying light read, told in a minimalistic fashion - both narratively and linguistically.’
- ‘How did television, then, in its liminal position on the borders of the home, narratively organize the spatial boundaries of inside and outside, local and global?’
- ‘The severely under-lit, narratively incomprehensible, and primitively directed syrup-soaked piece of trash is so bad it's sweet.’
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