Forms of Fiction Review
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A story with characters like people you might meet in real life and events that may also happen in real life.
A story with characters who might have lived in the past and events that might have really happened in history. It contains some made-up details and events.
A story that teaches a lesson about right and wrong. The characters might be people or talking animals.
An imaginative story that explains how something began or came to be. The characters might be people, gods, or talking animals.
A story that has been handed down from one generation to the next. The plot may teach a lesson and often reflect the values of a culture.
An imaginative story passed down through time. It may be based on real people or places.
It is not as long as a novel. It can usually be read in one sitting.
A story about imaginary events that usually take place in the future. It may contain amazing inventions.
A humorous story about impossible or exaggerated events. It is often based on an American folk hero.
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