Prettiest Words, Alphabetized (1,027) Abattoir: a slaughterhouse; massacre
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The narrative mode (also known as the mode of narration ) is the set of methods the author of a literary, theatrical, cinematic, or musical story uses to convey the plot to the audience . Narration , the process of presenting the narrative, occurs because of the narrative mode. It encompasses several overlapping areas, most importantly narrative point-of-view , which determines through whose perspective the story is viewed and narrative voice , which determines a set of consistent features regarding the way through which the story is communicated to the audience. Narrative mode
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