I love stories. At heart, I’m still a little kid wanting my mom to read just one more book before bedtime. If something attempts to make a narrative, no matter how sloppy it is, I’m automatically more inclined to like it. Stories have more meaning. In fact, there is a possibility that stories are stored in a different part of our brain that other, abstract facts. This is because stories are a uniquely human experience. Our minds are designed to frame things in terms of our own experience, which translates into narratives. We can relate and care about fictional characters because we can take their stories and relate them to the narrative of our own life.
|The song "Daughter of Evil" had such a strong narrative that it got its own theater production based off of it.|
|Remember when Lady Gaga made a narrative music video? Remember how it made no sense, and the only reason people watched it was to see her strip?|