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narrative
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • The narrative called up the most revengeful passions of the time, and there was not a head in the nation but must have dropped before it.
  • In every line of the narrative he had heard, he had heard his condemnation.

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  • * * * "I write with so much difficulty, the cold is so severe, I am so fearful of being detected and consigned to an underground cell and total darkness, that I must abridge this narrative.

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as in: Narrative of the Life of... Define
a story
as in: a class about narrative writing Define
related to a story or the telling of it
as in: They advanced their narrative. Define
an underlying story that fits or advances a way of thinking--such as a political philosophy
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