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    Narrative theory’s Narrative theory’s Presentation Transcript

    • Narrative Theory’s
    • Equilibrium
      Torodov has written that all narratives begin with equilibrium where in which everything is good and balanced. ( the initial situation )
      Then there later is a interruption, which is solved in the end.
      When everything is resolved at the end of the narrative a new equilibrium is restored or established.
    • 5 stages
      Equilibrium ( a normal state, neutral, good or bad)
      Interruption of the equilibrium ( action or characters)
      Protagonist realises the equilibrium has been disrupted and tries to correct and restore the equilibrium.
      When the equilibrium is restored ( good, bad or neutral) a totally new equilibrium is established.
    • Propp’s narrative approach
      Propp thought that there are seven roles which any character may assume in a story.
      Villain – fights with hero
      False hero- Someone claiming to be a hero often seeking but reacts like a real hero.
      Hero- ( seeker hero) Searches, has help from the donor and often gets married at the end.
      Donor – Prepares provides hero with magical fix.
      Helper- Helps, rescues, solves.
      Dispatcher- sends hero off
      Princess – A wanted girl, she exists as a goal and of recognises and marries hero.