Story - important was the rise 7/7/11 Leo Tolstoy 7/7/11...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 Story The history of narrative and the development of modern fiction
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7/7/11 Prehistoric cave
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7/7/11 The Epic of This ancient Mesopotamian poem-
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7/7/11 The poem tells the story of the hero-king
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7/7/11 Copy of The Iliad Homer’s story of a was between Troy and
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7/7/11 The Bible This book is probably the richest source of
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7/7/11 The Narrative Recent advances in cognitive neuroscience
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7/7/11 What’s his reason
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7/7/11 Stories for
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7/7/11 We use stories to
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7/7/11 Drama: a story on
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7/7/11 The first novel?
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7/7/11 The adventures of Fighting windmills with his trusty sidekick
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7/7/11 Robinson Crusoe This “fiction autobiography” was
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7/7/11 Pamela: or Virtue The plot centers on a young servant who
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7/7/11 A Printing Press Innovations in printing helped make the novel
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7/7/11 Time to Read Maybe even more
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Unformatted text preview: important was the rise 7/7/11 Leo Tolstoy 7/7/11 Gustave Flaubert Author of Madame 7/7/11 Modernism 7/7/11 Franz Kafka Kafka experimented with content, perhaps 7/7/11 Virginia Woolf Woolf experimented with linear time and 7/7/11 James Joyce Irish writer James Joyce experimented with time 7/7/11 Postmodernism 7/7/11 7/7/11 Postmodernism in 7/7/11 We tell ourselves stories in order to live. ~Joan Didion 7/7/11 Lying to Tell the Truth Some stories are true that never happened. ~Elie Weisel Fiction reveals truths that reality 7/7/11 Fiction Can Connect Us Stories cannot demolish frontiers, but they can punch holes in our mental walls. And through those holes, we can get a glimpse of the other, 7/7/11 Azar Nafisi The author of Reading 7/7/11 Pictured her with her...
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