(1) The point is that with new governments, what we've come to regard as their narrative generally tends to become evident after the event.(2) The bigger picture, however, is of a prime minister and a government that want to be more self-confident but are frustrated at the failure of their ' narrative ' to find a more receptive audience.(3) It does this by creating an atmosphere that is closer to poetry than to traditional prose narrative .(4) Historians and politicians skillfully crafted the narrative of an active middle class who (in retrospect) had heroically waged the revolutionary struggle.(5) I was brought in to, essentially, write some voice-over dialogue and narrative for it, to buttress the story.(6) The book is a compilation of Biblical narrative , rabbinic legends, prayers, homilies and songs.(7) Especially in this country, we have allowed the development of a narrative in the media which privileges suspicion of domestic politicians over the understanding of global movements.(8) Much narrative theory explores different ways of conceiving these variables.(9) A five-minute coda tries to wrap up, while leaving nearly all the narrative threads hanging.(10) They also provide a compelling personal narrative of his life.(11) narrative film(12) narrative poetry(13) Consequently, readers seeking a more traditional chronological narrative of political events might need to look elsewhere.(14) That being said, I'm all for a good story, but narrative and story are two different things.(15) First, it is too general to be of any use in distinguishing one narrative genre from another.(16) He was a politician who fatally lacked a grasp of the importance of having a narrative to inspire supporters and enthuse the electorate.