As Sitch finagled his way through the scenario, his narration was loathsome, derogatory… and brilliant.
What is more impressive is the narration: the calm, settled, often witty, always perceptive, tone of voice.
One of the great pleasures of his book is the narration of dozens of small but significant encounters with students.
Her narration is botched by a faux-English accent that brings to mind the last time Madonna tried to act.
While these events are critical, what requires the most attention is the manner of her narration.
It was a tedious tale and she who sat knitting there upon the purple rock told it to Gud in broken fragments of narration.
The Queen is said to have been moved to tears by the narration of his story.
The fifth scene opens with Lady Macbeth's perusal of her husband's narration of his interview with the witches.
It may be a little difficult to guess what this has to do with the narration.
Here also there is greater difficulty than was experienced in narration or description.
early 15c., from Old French narracion "account, statement, a relating, recounting, narrating, narrative tale," and directly from Latin narrationem (nominative narratio) "a relating, narrative," noun of action from past participle stem of narrare "to tell, relate, recount, explain," literally "to make acquainted with," from gnarus "knowing," from PIE suffixed zero-grade *gne-ro-, from root *gno- "to know" (see know).
The recounting of an event or series of events; the act of telling a story.