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 What is the narration؟

What is the narration

Narrative text:

 * It is a type of literary text in which a series of facts is converted into a written text, and it is required that these facts be sequenced within a chronological or logical order;  Where the facts must be linked together without mentioning an event isolated from others, and it is also required that the events be evolutionary and changing, that they start from a state and evolve to reach a better and different state,

 * Finally, it is required that the text be a servant of an idea or a lesson, either political, moral, or religious. Stories, narratives, myths, journalism and history are included under the concept of the narrative text.

 Concepts of the narrative text The concepts of the narrative text are divided into the following:

 1- The writer: The writer is the author and creator of the narrative text, and he appears in the events of the text only in its cover.  Where he gives up his right of narration and assigns a character from the story or story with him.

 2- The narrator: He is the narrator of the story or the narrative text, whatever his type, and he may be a character from the story or an external character who has no role in the events taking place in the story.

 3- The personality: It is a person who goes through the events that happen in the narrative text and changes and develops as they develop.

 4- Narrative perspective: It is the method that the writer chooses to narrate events and facts, which is either through a person present who has a role in the story and uses the speaker's conscience, or it is by an external person who does not have an effective role or even an appearance in the story and uses the conscience of the absent  .

 5- The narrative vision: It is the extent to which the narrator knows about the events and events that take place, and it is either a background vision.  Where the narrator knows all the information about the characters and events without hidden secrets or outward vision;  Where the narrator is the one who knows the least amount of information and events from among the characters of the text, or an accompanying vision;  Both the narrator and the characters know the same amount of information.

 Narration forms:

 * The facts and events may be running in a logical chronological sequence in reality, but they do not necessarily follow a realistic sequence in the textual narration.  Where some interferences and changes are allowed that do not change the logic of the events, but increase a kind of excitement and suspense for the reader, and from the forms of narration we mention:

 1- Sequential narration: it is the narration in which events are mentioned according to their realistic chronological order, and in which the writer follows the customary order of events and their severity.  Where it begins with the beginning and moves to the moving event and passing through the knot and its solution reaches the end of the events, and this form of narration is usually used in the texts of the daily memos or the texts of the historical narration.

 2- The discontinuous narration: it is the narration in which the logical sequence of events changes;  Where the writer begins with the final event and returns to the beginning in a specific order, or begins with a knot and moves to the remaining events.  Rotational narration: It is the narration in which the writer narrates separate events from the story, provided that there are common denominators between the characters and the events.

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