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EN4 Hand Outs Lifelong Learning Intuitive Insight ( realization) Theatre of Life Enriching Education Radical richness Artistry of form and language /described : Philosophical choice of word Truth in the telling Undeniably pleasurable Rapturous appreciation Epiphany in experience * Literature * an art whose medium is language used to affect the imagination. * words themselves can evoke a response even when they are spoken independently of a grammatical setting such as a sentence. * Fiction writers & poets share many of the techniques of literature because their effects depend or universal language art. * points up it’s relationship to other serial arts such as music, dance,& film ( Humanities)…show more content…
Flexible in form : ( Book length : John Locke, Verse Essays:Alexander Pope) 17. Fable : A short prose or verse narrative illustrates moral, characters are animals. 18. Fiction : An invented narraive, as opposed to one that reports true events. 19. Legend : A story about heroic figure derived rom oral tradition & based partly on fact and fiction. rooted on historical events. * leaves questions to the readers 20. Lyric : A short poetic compostion that describes the thoughts of a single speaker. ( Ode & sonnet) 21. Memoir : An autobiographical work, nt focusing on the author’s life but to the lives of other people in historical events. ( Memoirs of Second World War by Winston Churchill) 22. Metafiction : concerns the nature of fiction itself either by reinterpreting a previous fictional work or by drawing own fictional status. 23. Myths : story about the origins of a culture’s beliefs & practices of supernatural phenomena . * plot may involve interplay bet.worlds 24. Novel : a fictional prose narrative of significant length. A. Autobiographical –tells a nonfictional autobiographical story but uses novelistic techniques such as fictionalized dialogue or anecdotes,to add color,immediacy or thematic unity. B. Bildungsroman – german term, meaning “ formation novel” for a novel about child’s adolecence w/special focus on the protagonist’s quest for identity. C.
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