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Narratology is the study of structure in narratives. The theory of narrative or narratology was developed in the 1960s.[1] Narratology is based on the idea of a common literary language. Narratives are found and told through oral and written language.[2] Narratology has helped to make it easier to understand the how and why of narrative.

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  1. Archived 2014-10-12 at the Wayback Machine section 3.3 French Structuralism: 1966–1980
  2. "Narratology - literary theory". Encyclopedia Britannica.

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