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Page creatorGethbot (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation19:03, 26 April 2014
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One criticism frequently leveled at the TV Tropes Wiki (and by extension applying to All The Tropes) is that what tropers do is nothing more than cataloging—breaking apart fiction into its component pieces and tallying them up. An apt analogy would be attempting to understand a pocket watch by taking it apart, piling all the parts that resemble each other together and sorting the gears by size. The argument is made that while these components might be identified and understood, it is at the expense of the larger structure. A story, regardless of its medium, is greater than the sum of its parts, and by looking only at those parts in relative isolation one misses the synergy that forms when they are combined by a skilled creator.
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