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Postscript Twelve Storyboards Of The Apocalypse

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The way the audience of the Apocalypse is likely to experience the tension between the narrative content and imagistic texture is controlled by the guiding nous. From the narratee's point of view, the structuration of the Apocalypse takes place through the concentric shifts and alterations pushed to limits of the reader's ability to narrativize. This chapter focuses on postscript, which can be helpful in opening a door for distinguishing operations of the architectonic qualities of the Apocalypse that are geared to 'produce' a reflective experience. It singles out the spatial markers in the narration to identify the storyboards comprising a possible structuration of the artefact. The narration pulls the narratee in the centre of the action as the assimilation and self-identification experience creates the impression of being the 'you' addressed in the narration. Thus, the storyboards are not placed linearly to be viewed but form a circle around the viewer.

Keywords: Apocalypse; narratee; narration; narrative content; postscript; storyboards



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