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Meaning of antistory

an•ti•sto•ry

Pronunciation: (an'tē stôr"ē, -stōr"ē, an'tī-), [key]
— pl. -ries.
  1. a narrative of short-story length that makes no effort to follow a plot and ignores structural conventions, character motivations, and the like.
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