• Yeah!
    deeds and contributions to the narrative. In short, an efferent reading of a short story, for example, means that the reader can retell the story as it appears in the text. Efferent Reading Efferently speaking, Luigi Pirandello's "War" is a story about a group of exhausted people, a few men and a...
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  • Judges
    ). Lastly, when using the Narrative Criticism method, no helpfulness is given to deconstruction techniques. Though there are areas where Narrative Criticism falls short, there is a plethora of ways in which this method is beneficial. Narrative Criticism focuses on the text of Scripture itself. It also...
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  • Crossing
    Crossing - Abstract This paper examines the narrative technique and the significance of the setting in the short story Crossing. It also investigates the main character in the short story. The first part sets out to define the narrative technique. This is done by reading through the text and...
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  • Narrative Conventions
    the theme of deception in the fantastic short story Killer. The narrative convention of style or mood is a major component which represents the theme of deception. This refers to the way the text is written, which is one of the main features that informs the reader as to what kind of person the...
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  • Prose Fiction in the English Classroom
    reader is aware of at any point in the narrative. As such it can be usefully contrasted with the term 'structure' whicg refers to the organisation of the text as a whole." (Art of the Short Story). It would take far too long to look at all the possible terms and techniques that we might discuss under...
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  • Kick Rocks
    : TSW write short stories and poems utilizing various literary techniques. Assessment: Students will write narrative and creative short stories and will write haiku. Standard 1.4.11.C. Objective: TSW write a 5-paragraph persuasive essay...
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  • 8th Grade Curriculum
    strategies C4. Make inferences and draw conclusions based on explicit and implied information C7. Use knowledge of narrative and expository text structures in a variety of content areas to summarize information. C10 Monitor comprehension and use strategies to clarify understanding of the...
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  • Lesson Plan
    LESSON PLAN Subject  : EnglishTopic     : Descriptive | CLASS/ SEMESTER: X/ 2DATE     :PERIOD : 2 x 45 minutes | Standard of Competence :Reading11.  Understanding meaning in a short functional text and narrative, descriptive and news item simple essay  in daily life context to access...
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  • Narratology
    -degree narrative be a matrix narrative? 4. Can a text have more than one first-degree narrative? 5. Can a single character be both a second-degree narrator and a third-degree narrator? N2.4.5. Comment. The foregoing account makes short shrift of a host of rather unhappy terms that haunt the...
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  • Analysing the Black Cat Using Labov's Narrative Structure
    OBJECTIVES For this assignment, the study aims to: 1. produce a frequency chart according to the elements of Labov’s Narrative Structure 2. discuss the way Edgar Allen Poe structured his short story to form the elements of tragedy, mystery and terror as presented in the short story...
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  • Narrative Texts
    (epic)) • Factivity (factual/ fictional) Narrative text types: novel, epic, short story, tales, songs... Non narrative text types: argumentative essay, scientific paper... Discourse types: narrative, argumentative, descriptive, dramatic... Difference between story and discourse...
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  • text types matrix
    Text Type Context Purpose Audience Relationship Experts to learners Give out detailed information about a particular topic Interested people Information Non-narrative text type designed to document, organize and store factual information. Knowledgeable people to...
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  • Britmint
    fictional short stories. Borges also often composes his stories from fragmentary pieces of documentary-style narrative. In so doing, Borges created his own distinctive style of short story in which the conventions of fictional storytelling are integrated with elements of factual (or, more often, pseudo...
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  • Narrative
    Adhikari 1 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE NARRATIVE STRUCTURES OF THE TEXTS: ARABY by JAMES JOYCE & THE LAST LEAF by O HENRY A narrative is a story, whether told in prose or verse, involving events, characters, and what the characters say and do. Some literary forms such as the...
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  • Ywahhh
    . SHORT STORY A short story[1] is a work of fiction that is usually written in prose, often in narrative format. A short story usually deals with a few characters and often concentrates on the creation of the mood rather than the plot.[2] The short story format tends to be more pointed than...
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  • Subalternity and Cul
    a brilliant short story “The Red Parrot” [Kempu Gini] of Vasudendra as a representative text to understand the negotiation of native writings. Vasudendra is a premier contemporary writer whose large volumes of literary productions have a huge middle class readership. This is an achievement by...
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  • Imagination
    . At first glance the narrative looks like a story about a naval vessel. As you read on you see that it is a combination of different daydreams Walter has throughout the course of a daily errands run. The day dreams a very descriptive and short, which seem to be developed from the surroundings around...
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  • The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield
    the cohesion of the narrative. When this text is read it gives the impression that a cultural code is required; which, in this case, involves knowledge about class differences. Furthermore, another feature in this narrative is the ending. It has an open and partly unresolved ending . This type of...
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  • Aligning Ell Standards
    needs and write familiar words or |Students can write simple sentences, and draw pictures narratives, | |phrases that are relevant to their personal experience. Writing is |writing classroom rules, letters, recipes, directions, posters and | |short and uses basic vocabulary. Errors are...
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  • The King
    epistemological questions: * What is text? * What is its role in the contextual culture? * How is it manifested as art, cinema, theatre, or literature? * Why is narrative divided into different genres, such as poetry, short stories, and novels? * Why are narratives put into literature...
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