What is this?

Narrative is an umbrella term for the many forms of storytelling that shape human understanding and experience. It is a broad term to describe the combination of stories, dialogue, images, structural components, and rituals that transmit culture and stories across generations. As a term, it encompasses a variety of different formats such as poetry, prose, theater, film, and digital media. Narrative has the power to shape perceptions and create powerful change, as it is a way to impart knowledge and reach emotional resonance with audiences. It is an art form that unites humanity and provides scaffolding for the exploration of our spiritual, ecological and social reality.

See also: myth, storytelling, relationship, place, culture

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