NarraText  Narrative Map
The NarraText Narrative Map presents the parts, form, and structure of Narrative:  Story and Discourse

Transcript:
Narrative
    consists of
        Story (WHAT is told) (Content)
            includes
                Existents - people, places, things, ideas 
                Events - Actions and Happenings
                States - Traits, Dispositions, Conditions               
                Activities - Nominalized Events and States (Gerund Phases)
                Goals/Purposes - (Infinitive Phrases)
                Expository - Substantives, complements, adjuncts, and propositons that reflectAuthor's cultural codes and intent
            form
                Story components or architectual elements and their connections
            substance
                Expository (Substantives, complements, adjuncts, and propositons that reflectAuthor's cultural codes and intent)
               
        Discourse (HOW it is Told) (Expression)
            includes
                Manifestation/Means - method
                Structure of Transmission -  Narrative architectual elements
            form
                Architectural elements shared by narratives regardless of means or medium
            substance
                The media, means, or method used to communicate the narrative               

Adapted from: Seymour Chatman, "Story and Discourse - Narrative structure in Fiction and Film", Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London, 1978