These questions are based on the book Hamlet on the Holodeck by Janet H. Murray
- What is narrativism?
Narrativism, refers to gaming, it is a way to have the player immersed in the game. The player has an active role and their choices affect everything they do. They are not limited by having x amount of choices. The player becomes more sympathetic towards the ending of the game.
- What is multiform story?
It is one reader who has multiple ‘copies’ in order to have different perspectives.
Murray describes the Multiform Story as “a written or dramatic narrative the presents a single situation or plot-line in multiple versions, versions that would be mutually exclusive in our ordinary experience” (30).
- What is a holodeck? Where did the term come from? What does Murray do with it?
A holodeck is a place where a person can experience holographic environments, think Hunger Games. The term is from Star Trek. She tries to show the possibilities of narrative in the world of gaming.
- What is the importance of narrative for human culture?
The narrative is a way for people to express how they feel. It is a way to tell a story or something interesting. Oral storytelling and books are a part of narrative.