Can there be 2 protagonists in a story?
Is There Only One Protagonist? While there is usually only one protagonist in a story, this isn’t always true. In romantic comedies and “buddy stories,” there can be two protagonists. For example, in Romeo and Juliet it is the fate of both characters, not just one of them, that matters to the story.
What is it called when there is a story within a story?
A story within a story, also referred to as an embedded narrative, is a literary device in which a character within a story becomes the narrator of a second story (within the first one). Multiple layers of stories within stories are sometimes called nested stories.
What does multi narrative mean?
Multiple narratives bend the rules for conventional narratives that have a linear structure, one overarching story arc, and a single point of view. Instead, multiple narratives employ tactics such as multiple narrators, telling a story within a story or bringing together multiple story arcs.
Can there be more than one narrator?
You may be surprised to learn that it’s rare for an audiobook to be performed by more than one narrator, even when there are two or more prominent and distinct characters in the book. Today, only 13% of all audiobooks have more than one narrator.