Defining a Chronicle

Per Merriam-Webster:

* Main Entry: 1chron·i·cle
* Pronunciation: \ˈkrä-ni-kəl\
* Function: noun
* Etymology: Middle English cronicle, from Anglo-French, alteration of chronike, from Latin chronica, from Greek chronika, from neuter plural of chronikos
* Date: 14th century

1 : an historical account of events arranged in order of time usually without analysis or interpretation
2 : narrative 1

Well, perhaps this will be a chronicle. It may end up being closer to a narrative.

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