Genericized ideas within traditional storytelling are popular because it’s easy to understand certain concepts. These concepts may be fairly straightforward, and flavoring differentiations from the norm are what really makes the characters different and unique. Who remembers characters that are exactly like every other? However, when characters are too far away from the norm, then how can they be easily accessible? And within that spectrum, where do John and Trishna in “The Story” fit in?
Spoilers?: Minor (building characters… non-organically?)
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