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    reading some fiction short stories. Fiction is stories that are based on a world of imagination. There are three main types of fiction that readers often read. The first type of fiction is the short story, which can be read within a couple hours and usually focus on one storyline or plot and only a few characters. The second type of fiction is the novella, which is longer than a short story and gives the author more room to create many different storylines or plots. The last type of fiction is a novel

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    In the genre of fiction there are two categories Literary fiction and Commercial fiction.Literary fiction contains complex characters, philosophical messages and endings are unsettling or unresolved.The other category Commercial fiction is the complete opposite of Literary fiction because the characters are almost always protagonists or villains, the endings have closure and the theme is straight forward.In the short story “The Destructors” by Graham Greene the theme is that seeing others do better

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    Fictional works of art are something that is very popular in our culture and draw a large audience, but why is that when the audience knows that what they are watching is solely a made up story? The Paradox of Fiction highlights the problem of experiencing emotions about fictional stories. I think what causes the most questioning is that the audience knows it is purely fictional and in no way real, but we still feel particularly strong emotions nonetheless. The emotions experienced are in fact genuine

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    Fiction has often been thought to be useless, providing no benefit to people, however, this is far from the truth. It has actually been shown that fiction can effect society in many different ways using different mediums; books, tv shows, or movies are common. The ways it can effect people varies as well; it can change people’s beliefs, provide insight on real events, and even lead to new technology. For millions of years humanity made it a habit to tell stories, in the beginning it was mainly true

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    English 102 B43– Literature and Composition Spring 2014 Term A Jessica Jack, Student ID#25840627 APA Format Compare and Contrast Short Story Fiction Essay Jessica Jack Liberty University English 102-B43 Outline for Compare and Contrast Essay Thesis: “The Rocking-Horse Winner” by D.H. Lawrence and “The Lottery”, by Shirley Jackson provide two contrasting uses of Setting in a short story which accentuate the importance of the element in a story. One author has the ability to distract

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    that modern science fiction “is the only form of literature that consistently considers the nature of the changes that face us” (Insert Citation). Science fiction is the imaginative extrapolation of a true natural phenomena that is existing in the present, or that is likely to exist in the future. When indulging in the world of science fiction literature, it is recommended to consider whether a story is pessimistic or optimistic. Generally, people will discover that science fiction stories, such as

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    Why speculative fiction offers more to readers than realistic fiction. In this essay, I will discuss how speculative fiction offers more to readers than realistic fiction. I will explain both genres and go on to explain what they are like in the time we live in now and how writers use speculative fiction. For my manuscript, I am planning to write a short story collection and the main genre will be speculative fiction. I am choosing this genre, because it is one that bring together fantasy, supernatural

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    Fiction Essay

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    Brooklynn Stilwell Dr. Redfield English 112- 20 November 2014 MLA Annotated Bibliography: Rhetorical Analysis; the Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin Chopin, Kate. “The Story of an Hour, Kate Chopin, characters, setting. “KateChopinorg. Kate Chopin International Society. N.d. web. 20 Nov. 2014. http://www.katechopin.org/the-story-of-an-hour/ This website is from the Author herself. There are many beneficially things from this website. She has a list of characters, the time and place, the themes

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    involved in the terrible event/crime, and he had a hard time telling the truth throughout the novel because he was to afraid to turn them in. Realistic fiction is a genre where a novel or story has events that could happen in real life. In order for a story to be considered realistic fiction, it should include the elements of realistic fiction. For example authentic characters are characters that are convincingly developed, multi-dimensional, and show growth over time. Credible events are conflicts

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    interesting book, staying up all night and reading a good, fictional story until you fall asleep, and waking up early just to see how it end. A person’s reason for enjoying fiction can differ but it is almost for the fact that fiction can make the reader feel as if they have been transported to another world. People read fiction for the curiosity and authors can state/make points mixed with their own creativity. In class, we discuss authors and their messages hidden through their story’s plot. The

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