Sunday, May 29, 2011
Another light on a story, knowing how to begin and where to end, what is 'the most important thing' of it, this time.
Lipman in his boog, Better Storytelling, sais that the MIT can change for each telling, or from time to time, but it illuminates the story each time.
Most often, the MIT is not told out loud, you do not "make a point" you tell a story. But what you tell and how and what you leave out or put in each time, speaks for itself, makes a different experience for the listener.
The listener is let to draw his own conclusion which becomes his own experience and is even more absorbed thus that if we tell it in a 'speach' like manner.