A Narrative is written in first person (one of the main characters tells the story from their point of view)for example, Final Fantasy X is a Narrative - It is told from Tidus' point of view.So no SpongeBob is not a Narrative.
in our photography class, it is either frame within frame, or double images. everyone calls it different things, but universally called frame within frame. :) If you mean frame within a 'door' frame. then it is called a sub-frame
Rich people mainly, when their father had the same name. like James Canterbury II. That just means his father was James Canterbury I
No it is a series of books by JK Rowling. ... I suppose you could say that it was an episodic narrative bit in novels not short stories.
The first narrative film was "The Cabbage Fairy" in 1896 by Alice Guy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Guy-Blaché
The use of frame narrative in The Canterbury Tales allows for a variety of tones because the characters can speak for theirself.
ChaucerThe narrator of The Canterbury TalesThe PardonerThe tale the Pardoner tells
characters can speak for theirself
the frame narrative for the cantebury tales is the way they used the frame stories to 1. pass time and 2. to play a game. the game was whoever could tell the best story will get a free meal at the tabad inn.
It allows the author to put some distance between himself and the characters.
"The Canterbury Tales" by Geoffrey Chaucer has a linear structure. The tales are a collection of stories built connected to a frame narrative, which was a popular way of telling stories at the time. However, the "Canterbury Tales" differed from traditional frame tales because the structure depended on the characters rather than a moral or general theme.
A frame narrative is a story related by the narrator but in the voice of another character.
A narrative outside of a narrative is called a frame. A narrative within a narrative is called a internal story.