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The narrator, instead of telling a story, sees a woman on a train and begins to imagine the story of her life. But when the woman leaves the train, the narrator sees that the imaginings were false— reality resists the imagination. Still, the story we hear concerns the creative imagination, projecting itself onto the world. John Barth, in "Lost in the Funhouse," written about thirty years later, goes much further. He tells the story, as if it is autobiographical but written from an over-the-shoulder angle of vision, of a boy who gets lost in the funhouse at Ocean City, Maryland.
He gives us his voice— the voice of the storyteller, the one who knows. He gives us a tone (I'll talk about that in detail later) —the tone of a fairy tale in which there are moral certainties. He hypnotizes us with his repetition of parallelisms. We are not bored because we are attuned to the prophetic energy of the narrative voice. Scene. tell a When story inexperienced writers attempt fiction, they usually by hopping from one event to the next until the story's done, presenting a series of expositions instead of creating a story we can live in.
That doesn't mean they aren't But the relation between experience and these fictions is a lot harder to see. To some people it seems like wasted effort. Why have writers gone experimenting at all? Why have they bothered to break from the conventions of realism? There are different answers to this, depending on the nature of the experiment. to the trouble of Breaking from the conventions of realism permits the use of fantasy or magical elements. A reader coming to Kafka's "Country Doctor" after, say, "The Chrysanthemums" by Steinbeck, experiences giddiness.
Aftermath (Thieves' World, Book 10)