Strauss, Susan
November 2007
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2007, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p12
The author discusses the implications of artistic creation. She uses storytelling as an example of art since it draws on all the arts at once words, pictures and music. Storytelling engages the listener's ability to make mental pictures, following or imaging scenario the listener draws together multiple experiences and creates meaning.


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