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The point, message, or key emotional conclusion perceived by an audience member, about a fictional series of events. The presence of a theme is the defining feature of Story as opposed to Transcript. See Narrativism: Story Now.
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The point, message, or key emotional conclusion perceived by an audience member, about a fictional series of events. The presence of a theme is the defining feature of [[Story]] as opposed to [[Transcript]]. See [http://www.indie-rpgs.com/_articles/narr_essay.html Narrativism: Story Now]].

Latest revision as of 21:59, 28 February 2011

The point, message, or key emotional conclusion perceived by an audience member, about a fictional series of events. The presence of a theme is the defining feature of Story as opposed to Transcript. See Narrativism: Story Now].