Definition of narrativity in English:

narrativity

Syllabification: nar·ra·tiv·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌnarəˈtivətē
 
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noun

The quality or condition of presenting a narrative: music has developed a narrativity that lends it the character of language
More example sentences
  • What emerges by the end is an acute awareness on the part of the reader of the presence of narrativity and its unavoidable role in all forms of historical discourse.
  • It is a mark of the novel's broad, objective narrativity that while the narrator enumerates the story's representative features, the characters themselves have little sense of their typicality.
  • A Novel reader might ask if the Scottish novel pushed the new narrativity that is the postmodern novel.

Origin

1970s: from French narrativité.

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