Aesthetics: Narrative Temporal projection

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When the narrative gets ahead of itself, for example in "Race at Morning" Event 305.1 begins "Then we seen him for the first time," but that does not actually happen until two Events later, 305.3, "and then suddenly . . . the buck hisself" (305). It doesn't matter whether the narrative is looking forward a dozen sentences or a hundred pages, whenever it explicitly anticipates something that it won't actually depict until a later Event, it's "Temporal projection." SR

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Actions: BodilyHiding
Cultural Issues: CrimeTheft | WarMercenary
Actions: MentalUnderstanding
Cultural Issues: Identity, Personal
Themes and Motifs: ObjectsFire
Actions: ViolentHitting
Cultural Issues: LawLegal issue
Themes and Motifs: ValuesJustice | ValuesTruth/Lies
Environment: Time of DaySunset
Actions: BodilyDrinking
Cultural Issues: AlcoholWhiskey
Actions: VerbalSpeech
Cultural Issues: LawExecution
Relationships: FamilialMentorship
Environment: PlaceGallows
Cultural Issues: LawExecution
Themes and Motifs: Recurring TropesTrying to say
Environment: AtmosphericDoom | Time of DaySunset
Cultural Issues: Health and IllnessObesity
Themes and Motifs: Death
Relationships: FamilialBrother-brother
Environment: PlaceHotel
Actions: EmotionalFury | EmotionalVengeful
Cultural Issues: CrimeTheft | RaceSegregation