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Elements of Fiction 1. Settings * Place and time where the story takes place * It sets the mood of the story 2. Characters * Elements that move in the story *Classifications of Characters* * Protagonist – good guys * Antagonist – bad guys * Round – complex, many sided * Flat – one to two traits only * Static – sake sort of person from the beginning till the end * Dynamic/developing – undergoes permanent change * Major – main roles * Minor – supporting...

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Comparing Fiction and Non Fiction

Marlo Wilson Business Literature January 15,2007 Lynn Nelson Comparing Narrative in Fiction and Non-Fiction Paper Comparing Narrative in Fiction and Non-Fiction Paper 1 " My Lack of Gumption" a non fiction story by Russell Baker and "Forty-Five Month a fiction story by R. K. Narayan were two very interesting readings. It was quite amazing to see how two authors with totally...

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Fiction or Non-Fiction

Deja Craft Period 11 Fiction or Nonfiction? Walt Disney once said, “I would rather entertain and hope that people learned something than educate people and hope they were entertained.” Is this true? Can an individual learn better from reading a fictional story more than reading a nonfictional story? Can an individual learn better from reading a nonfictional story more than a fictional story? This is a hot topic for educators heading toward the common core. David Coleman, the principal of the...

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Elements of Fictions

 Elements of Fiction Theme “The subject of discourse; the underlying action or movement; or the general topic, of which the particular story is an illustration.” Shipley “When literary critics use this term, they generally mean the idea or point of the work. Though many writers like to think of themselves primarily as storytellers, yarn spinners, and fabulists, themes and ideas are inevitable. Every work raises questions, examines possibilities, and imagines the consequences of actions....

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Fiction and Story

Genre: Descriptive * The Monkey’s Paw was a descriptive story because throughout the whole story they were describing the paw and throughout the Afterlife you will see Pamela describing her feelings on what happen to her brother Herbert. * Fiction Genre: Mystery * I picked mystery for the Monkey’s Paw because in the end of the story I wasn’t clear on what happen and in the afterlife things happened that no one knows but me. * Literary Device: Conflict * I picked conflict as my literary...

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The Elements of Fiction

The Elements of Fiction   Plot, Setting, Character, Conflict, Symbol, and Point of View are the main elements which fiction writers use to develop a story and its Theme. Because literature is an art and not a science, it is impossible to specifically quantify any of these elements within any story or to guarantee that each will be present in any given story. Setting might be the most important element in one and almost nonexistent in another. Just as a Crime Scene Investigator cannot approach a...

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fiction essay

Fictional writing is any type of writing that is not factual. Fictional writing most often takes the form of a story meant to convey an authors point in view or simply to entertain. The outcome of this may be a short story, novel, or drama. Fiction has different types of characteristics that make up the fictional writing, like character, plot, and setting. These characteristics are what make the imagery of fictional writing so astonishing and magical. Character is a figure in the story that...

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Modern Fiction

Woolf, a modernist writer, wrote Modern Fiction in which she claims that the traditionalist novelists like H. G. Wells, Arnold Bennett and Galsworthy are ‘materialists’. Materialist are writers who believed that the great force that impacts an individual is the environment. On the other hand, a modernist writer emphasises on impressionism and subjectivity in writing and how opinions are formed, rather than on what is perceived. She also wrote in Modern Fiction her famous quote “Examine for a moment...

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Intro to Fiction

The conflict- cultural, religious, father Tutsi and mother Hutoo Foreshadowing- (pg. 327) title Why through child’s eyes Pagan spiritual leader/ Christianity (Catholicism) The novella -A work of fiction intermediate in length and complexity between short story and novel -A form of fiction more common to European culture as opposed to the US -Although shorter in length than a novel, the novella still incorporates known fictional elements -Many of the classic novellas are concerned with people...

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Fiction and the Workplace

Fiction and the Work Environment Paper When reading a short story, poem, or even novel the author often attempts to provide the audience with some type of personal connection to a variety of components to the reading. An author may select very personable, hardworking, and unselfish characters to allow the audience to connect in some way with the main or subordinate characters; or the author may elect to provide a common type of setting to provide the readers an additional way to connect to the...

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