narrative

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consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story

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Then, have them write a short fictional story about a group of scientists' quest to search for the elusive creature.
She masterfully combines her knowledge of social anthropology with a complex and mesmerising fictional story.
With a group of younger students, it can be very easy to select a fictional story or folktale to read aloud for enjoyment week after week.
The fictional story hinges around 20-year-old Angela Edwards, who moved from Tulsa to Los Angeles in the 1970s to begin an acting career.
In many ways very much the party dog, Ehrenburg sensed a shift in the wind and, not wanting to tail the pack, hammered out a fictional story whose import was as little concealed as that of Lenin's beloved What Is to Be Done?
This is a fictional story of such a limner; a young man who produced honest likenesses rather than flattering ones and, as the illustrations demonstrate, who runs into problems because of his honesty.
There is a fictional story that goes with the game and a link to the true story--an excellent article about Paul Revere by Thomas R.
The fictional story - Eleventh Night - was written by father-of-three Michael Steel.
At the same time, it does, so at least you're not telling a completely fictional story.
The real-life tale of 1930s aviator and campaigner Amelia Earhart is the background to this fictional story of one Betty Page.
He once cites as fact a fictional story about a made-up company called funerals.
Whereas Zinc displayed a multilayered, fragmentary structure, within which the author tried but was ultimately unable to give shape to his fictional story, the problem of devising a fictional story has been backgrounded in Bait.
It's a fictional story about the relationship between a mother, Wanda Lovell and her daughter Holly Faye, an aspiring singer from Mississippi.
Billy Elliot has that kind of story, and an emotional pull to which dancers and non-dancers alike can relate: The 1984 coal miners' strike in Northern England provides the gritty real-life setting for this otherwise fictional story about a motherless boy with a father and brother on a picket line.
A fast paced fictional story about romance, self-esteem, and living with a learning difference through the eyes of Katie, a junior high school student.