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objective narration


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A narrative style in which the author is self-effacing, passing no comment on characters or events, and allowing the story to appear to tell itself. Authorial neutrality, however, is impossible, since, for instance, selectivity is unavoidable. See also aesthetic distance; persona; point of view.

Subjects: Media Studies.


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