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More than just a story bookend, it can be the look and presentatin -- a string of random numbers presented as book. Gibberish, with punctuation, as a dialogue? Like that.

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More than just a story bookend, it can be the look and presentation -- a string of random numbers presented as book. Gibberish, with punctuation, as a dialogue? Like that.

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!! Narratology
Quora: [[http://www.quora.com/What-are-narrative-fractals|What are narrative fractals?]]

There should really be a page devoted to this subject (there are entire wikis, elsewhere!).

See also: [[FairyTales]] and [[Programming/NaNoGenMo]]
 
 
December 30, 2013, at 09:18 AM by OtherMichael - marx brothers movie "formula"
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see also: [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory]] (where I found the above link) and the sub-section [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory#Influence_of_critical_theory|Influence of Critical Theory]], pretty much citing work of Bruno LaTour.
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see also: [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory]] (where I found the above link) and the sub-section [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory#Influence_of_critical_theory|Influence of Critical Theory]], pretty much citing work of Bruno LaTour.


!! Marx Brothers films
>>blockq<<
Perhaps most notably, A Night at the Opera established a formula that would be used for every subsequent film the Marx Brothers made at MGM:

    opening scene with Groucho
    a friendship created between the romantic hero and Chico
    Chico and Groucho going through several verbal routines
    Harpo joining as Chico's partner
    lush surroundings as a backdrop to the Brothers' lunacy
    a fall from grace
    a rebound on a grand scale in which everything is righted

->[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Night_at_the_Opera_%28film%29#Style_change|source]]
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!! See Also
[[https://github.com/MichaelPaulukonis/NaNoGenMo.yawp/tree/master/framingdevises]] for some other links/discussion
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November 05, 2013, at 11:00 AM by OtherMichael - the construct of narrative where narrative does not otherwise exist
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!! The construct of narrative
[[http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/26/magazine/why-rational-people-buy-into-conspiracy-theories.html|Why Rational People Buy Into Conspiracy Theories]] -- ''Maggie Koreth Baker''

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But according to recent scientific research on the matter, [our improved access to information] most likely only serves to make theories more convincing to the public. What’s even more surprising is that this sort of theorizing isn’t limited to those on the margins. Perfectly sane minds possess an incredible capacity for developing narratives, and even some of the wildest conspiracy theories can be grounded in rational thinking, which makes them that much more pernicious.
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see also: [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory]] (where I found the above link) and the sub-section [[Wikipedia:Conspiracy_theory#Influence_of_critical_theory|Influence of Critical Theory]], pretty much citing work of Bruno LaTour.
 
 
September 10, 2013, at 08:48 AM by OtherMichael -
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(:description  Of course you can tell it is a finished picture, he used to explain to the other american painters who came and looked dubiously, you can tell because it has a frame, now whoever heard of anybody framing a canvas if the picture isn't  finished. :)


Framing devices pose a context.
Particularly important for experimental works.

I had a music teacher in college who said you could write 12-tone (or 20th-century avant-garde) church music, as long as you gave the congregation something they could sing.


More than just a story bookend, it can be the look and presentatin -- a string of random numbers presented as book. Gibberish, with punctuation, as a dialogue? Like that.


http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/FramingDevice
http://narrativefirst.com/articles/framing-devices-and-what-they-mean
http://elflands2ndcousin.com/2012/10/03/thoughts-on-narrative-framing-devices/



citation in description: http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0608711.txt