elements of prose
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focuses on the experiences of characters who are unable to find any purpose in life.
subject is performing action stated by verb. Ex: Harry ate six shrimp at dinner.
short story that contains a moral.
a narrative that is made up of fantastic characters.
a genre that uses magic and other supernatural forms as a primary plot.
a type of comedy that involves stereotyped characters who are in far fetch situations
narrative form, such as an epic, legend, myth, song, poem, or fable, that has been told through generations
story within a story
narrative fiction that is set in some earlier time and often contains historically authentic people.
fiction that is intended to frighten reader
story about a figure who lies between myth and historical fact.
suspenseful story that deals with a puzzling crime.
narrative that involves gods and heroes or has a theme that expresses a culture's ideology
an extended fictional narrative prose
a short story that teaches a lesson
a text or performance that imitates and mocks an authors work
a novel composed of idealized events far from everyday life.
literature that mocks social conventions
fiction that deals with the current or future development
a brief fictional prose
an exaggerated story
literature ending in a catastrophic event
a person's accounts of his or her own life.
an account of a person's life written by another person.
written piece that provides information.
phrase or statement written in memory of a person
a short piece of writing on a particular subject.
an historical account written from personal knowledge
subject is not the do'er or be'er of the sentence. Ex: five hamburgers must have been eaten by the man.
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