This is when the story is all over the place. We just get bits of it from past and present and future and have to work out what happened and in what order for ourselves. Joseph Heller uses this extensively in the novel Catch-22. There was never an official time line and any made by someone... Continue Reading →
This is when the narrative moves back in time. The Phantom of the Opera is told in one giant flashback, as the show’s opening scene is of the aged Raoul attending an auction selling off items from the opera house.Miss Saigon goes back to “The Fall of Saigon” midway through the second actHarry Potter has the Pensieve and... Continue Reading →
I think I’ll try extra hard to remember today’s events and conversations, in case I someday want to recall them verbatim.