A new response to the concept of spontaneity

  • Gustavo Queiroz Guimarães
Keywords: Spontaneity, cultural conserve, story-telling, narrative grammar, quality of presence


The author of this article reflects on spontaneity in relation to the cultural conserve. He describes the model of Narrative Grammar as an example of the cultural conserve, and as a spontaneous counter-point to this, he proposes the narrator of the moment, who re-creates their story together with the audience. The author distinguishes spontaneity as a quality required to be present and emphasizes its importance in telling someone's story.


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How to Cite
Queiroz Guimarães, G. (2020). A new response to the concept of spontaneity. Revista Brasileira De Psicodrama, 19(1), 135-142. Retrieved from https://revbraspsicodrama.emnuvens.com.br/rbp/article/view/163
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