Traducción de narrator en Español:

narrator

narrador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈnɛreɪdər//nəˈreɪtə/

nombre

  • 1

    Literatura
    narrador masculino
    narradora femenino
    • An omniscient narrator speaks neutrally about what has passed.
    • Coincident with this formal composition is the historical consciousness of the novel's anonymous narrator.
    • The novel employs multiple narrators, including not only the three major characters but also their husbands, children, and parents.
    • The novel's first-person narrator is a most unpleasant man.
    • The author of Ulysses is not a narrator describing a subject outside himself.
    • Although the narrators of Dostoevsky's later novels are by no means ‘objective,’ they create the illusion of a world existing beyond the fantasy of any single character.
    • In paradise, the omniscient narrator concludes, there are no stories because there are no journeys.
    • And the story is told by a possibly slightly unreliable narrator, which is a nice touch.
    • The narrators are often strangely limited third-person or unreliable first-person narrators, or there are multiple, shifting narrators.
    • In a similar way, Beatrice serves to question the narrative authority of the other narrators in the novel, all of them European-educated and male.
    • First-person animal narrators often expose the thoughtlessness of human beings toward non-human animals.
    • The narrator of the story is a pilot who has crash-landed in the desert.
    • I return in Chapter 7 to the problem of identification and its effects: what role does the identification with literary characters and narrators play?
    • Most readers don't even notice that David is the narrator of all three stories.
    • Narrated in the present tense, the story unfolds in the voice of an unnamed third-person narrator.
    • This double perspective is characteristic of child narrators and makes them a useful tool for young writers: characters with two perspectives are usually not one-dimensional.
    • In this dream poem the narrator enters the Garden of Mirth where he sees various allegorized figures and falls in love with a rosebud.
    • It takes the talking book a step further through an unnamed first-person narrator.
    • Sometimes she's a participant in the story, other times she serves as a narrator of the event.
    • Pushkin's narrators are only schematically described, because what matters is not who they are but how they perceive the world.
  • 2

    Cine Televisión Teatro
    comentarista femenino
    • He is, as you say, the conscience of the film; a narrator, but it is more than that too.
    • The narrator asks, " Is it death?
    • All Greek tragedies have choruses, who take on the roles of observers, narrators, commentators and critics.
    • We also have a voice-over narrator to explain everything, along with lessons learned.
    • That was a storytelling device. It was the ultimate frame - and television newspeople the ultimate narrators.
    • In the movies, with their narrators and time-shifts, we accept much more agile storytelling.
    • It is the same story of history that film-makers so love - the media history served up with music and grave narrator.
    • "And so we bid farewell to the dark continent, " the narrator intoned.
    • A voice-over narrator " explains " things, whereas we want to see and experience them.
    • Our unseen narrator promises us a lot of interesting things.
    • A motto theme for William Penn is heard and the narrator intones Penn's prayer for Philadelphia.
    • "Well, there you have it, " came the narrator's voice.
    • But the best bit is the story time, where an unseen narrator tells you " someone's coming".
    • The film is narrated by the laconic narrator that Disney used a lot then.
    • The identity of the film's voiceover narrator is never adequately established, and this proves distracting.
    • The dance drama will have two narrators apart from the on stage dancers.
    • He is at once the narrator, director and cameraman of this home-made production.
    • The on-stage narrator is the author of the story, and she gives the play its literary sheen.
    • Mimi the narrator asks, " Can these be the facts?
    • The film uses only these two narrators, and bear in mind that they are independent in a world which is very limiting.