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LITERATURE

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Vince Lacuarta

on 10 February 2014

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Transcript of LITERATURE

Literature
(meaning "acquaintance with letters" From latin Litera), chronicles in oral and written forms the experiences of main in a manner that is imaginative, evocative, beautiful. With this qualities therefore, Literature does not refer to all kinds of writing but only those that pass the judgments of artistry.
Literature
Genre or Types
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Prose
Poetry
Fiction
Poetry
Essay
Drama
Elements of fiction
Narratives
Are about someone getting caught in trouble, and we readers would like to know how this someone will solve the problem.
Character.
This "someone"(or a group of persons) is the main focus in a narrative. The character presents to the readers that illusion' of reality, character moves and thinks like in the real world.
Plot is the outline of a narrative. Events are arranged in a meaningful order to develop comprehensive storyline. Plots are created because characters confront and solve their conflicts
Theme is the significant meaning in the story
Setting is where the story happens
Fiction
Conflict is what a character(or characters ) fights against to gain into a winning state advantageous to him (or them)
The portion that pits character against his conflict is called Complications.
Climax is heightened by the intensifying conflict.
Poetry
Prose
Non Fiction
Fiction comprises prose works of imaginative narration that includes novel story
Narratives
Characters
Plot
Theme
Setting
Language
Style
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