compelling narrative

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  • Her life became a compelling narrative which survives as both history and literature.
  • The winning novel can be from any genre of fiction and must exhibit depth and breadth with a compelling narrative.
  • But the primary consideration in book selection is that the story has a compelling narrative that will entertain the listener.
  • The book has been repeatedly acclaimed as a literary tour de force and as a rare wedding of compelling narrative with impeccable scholarship.
  • Despite its compelling narrative, the Chronicle is not an actual chronicle.
  • Norton's experience writing Hawk Flies Above led her to an investigation of the process involved in creating compelling narratives from life experience.
  • The New York Times called American Icon "a compelling narrative that reads more like a thriller than a business book."
  • The author "Engle writes her new book in clear, short lines of stirring free verse caught by the compelling narrative voices, many readers will want to find out more."
  • In both cases, Krautheimer selected comparatively neglected periods in Roman history to offer a compelling narrative of the interaction of public works and patronage.
  • When selecting a winner, the judges look for a novel with a compelling narrative, arresting character, and which is both vividly written and confidently realised.
  • Amis is at his best in using his arsenal of literary skills to create a compelling narrative, summarizing vast amounts of information and presenting them in a lucid, accessible form.
  • Letters from the Lost weaves the correspondence into a "compelling narrative of what it means to be a Jew, a survivor and a family member without a family."
  • It records his personal experiences in the Nigeria-Biafra war, and according to Niven "is written in a compelling narrative form as though it were a novel".
  • GamePro notes that "the intense single-player campaign offers up an action packed experience that features a tremendously compelling narrative; there are moments in the game that will send chills down your spine."
  • With a talented ensemble cast and a compelling narrative, the film provides an insightful view into contemporary Kolkata society and a window into the inner workings of the Bengali film industry.
  • BBC Radio 4's Edward Stourton described it as having a 'clever conceit and a compelling narrative'.
  • Sue Deeks, the BBC's head of programme acquisition, has stated that the series has "a truly epic sweep and emotionally compelling narrative".
  • The film begins with Keesey discussing the three things that the charity focuses on, which are to "create films with compelling narratives, promote international advocacy and run on-the-ground initiatives."
  • Elliott once told the novelist Sam Llewellyn that his ideal novel was a "cross between a treasure hunt and a race" and the winning novel must therefore exhibit depth and breadth with a compelling narrative.
  • It also boasts team focused gameplay that will allow new ways for players to interact, expanding on the team orientated, authentic, military experience that the franchise is famous for as well as a compelling narrative story in a cutting edge presentation.
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