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FORM 5
Novels

Catch us if you can

Table of Contents

Synopsis
Elements
Activities
Assessment
Answer Key
Glossary
Appendix
Panel of writers

CATCH US IF YOU CAN NOVEL

What is a novel?

Only in a novel are all things given full play – D. H. Lawrence ((
A novel is a long narrative in literary prose. Novels tell stories, which are typically defined as a series of events described in a sequence. The novel has been a part of human culture for over a thousand years, although its origins are somewhat debated. Regardless of how it began, the novel has risen to prominence and remained one of the most popular and treasured examples of human culture and writing. There have been stories and tales for thousands of years, but novels must combine a few unique characteristics in order to be defined as such. First, a novel is written down, rather than told through an oral account. Secondly, novels are meant to be fictional in form, differentiating them from myths, which are said to have their basis in reality or theology. Although some modern scholars argue differently, there is no truly established guideline for length, point-of-view, or even establishment of a moral or philosophical point in novels. Sources: http://www.wisegeek.comDate accessed: 5th July 2010

: http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/NovelDate accessed: 5th July 2010

The elements of a novel include the following:

i.Plot - the structure of a novel. It shows the arrangement of events and actions within a story (please refer to notes on...

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