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  • noun one who narrates, tells a story, relates events


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to narrate + -er


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  • The story being critiqued actually did have some tension, because if the rational editor part of my reading brain was thinking "the narrator isn't going to get killed" the rest of it was more concerned with the question of whether or not said gun had recently been fired at someone: specifically the narrator's love interest and daughter of the man holding the gun on the narrater.

    Manly Man Movie Review: Star Trek joshenglish 2009

  • Linda C. Smith, RDT's Artistic Director, acted as presenter and narrater for the evening from a podium at rear Stage Left: Duets to Brazilian - Indian Music -- Three duets to percussion and singing, plus a finish with four dancers.

    View from the Northern Border Michael Evans 2006

  • I enjoyed this story quite a bit; the combination of a plot I think resembles Philip K. Dick’s early work with a child narrater who uses childish language and grammer works perfectly for the story.

    PodCastle » PodCastle 053: Change of Life 2009

  • I haven’t got a problem with the narrater, he’s obviously romanticized or the opposite, in this case, but he’s an interesting person, so I’m not adverse to hearing his side of things.

    “The Worst Book I Have Read in the Past Three Years” : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits 2009


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