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the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events

(rhetoric) the second section of an oration in which the facts are set forth

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The quantity of first books by young women published since the mid-1990s is indeed astounding, but this label too, of course, masks important differences amongst its subjects--the primary one being between a mainstream, subjective, and plot-driven writing on the one hand, and more generically or narrationally experimental writing on the other.
Karl Uitti concedes that by placing Loulou on an altar at the end of the tale Flaubert prepares us for the supernatural visitation of the parrot at the moment of Felicite's death; but he regards this supposedly otherworldly experience as the product of mental confusion: "The double contiguity--the holy altar in addition to the banal, even ridiculous, junk accompanying it--helps confer upon Loulou an ambiguous sanctification which comments upon and even authorizes narrationally Felicite's final vision" (162).
For only some of these omissions of knowledge are at last made good narrationally.
This analogy--widely assumed as it is--may at least help us think about what we, and what in turn our authors, may presume or wonder about God--how they may narrationally reckon with their own ontological assumptions and with ours.
True, we are supplied with ample POV shots from Margaret's subjectivity, but none more than are narrationally motivated, and none outside the classical construction of POV as being one half of the conventional shot/reverse-shot structure.