Storytelling: circles and straight lines
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Storytelling: circles and straight lines is a qualitative, retrospective analysis of my thesis (a collection of iconoclastic New Zealand short stories, entitled In Transit), in which I define the scope of my creative work by: positioning my approach within the wider contemporary and literary contexts; explaining its conceptual framework; and describing my intention and process. To these ends, I have drawn extensively on my personal experience, accumulated knowledge, and orientation, supplemented by wide reading. Throughout the text, I substantiate my views, arguments and conclusions with reference to noted writers, critics, language experts, and philosophers.