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Fiction

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  • 1. FICTIONAL ANALYSIS It should be focused on Plot Characters Theme Point of view Setting Literary devices
  • 2. FICTION ELEMENTS Plot is the narration of the story Character/s act/s out in the story and they can be flat or round (with a few qualities and with no development in fiction or more complex) Theme is the central or hidden idea Point of view can be fixed or shifting (wide or narrow), of the 1st or 3rd narrator, obtrusive or unobtrusive, non/omniscient
  • 3. FICTION ELEMENTS The time of the story is chronological whereas the time of the plot is fictional The story pattern is the way the plot is organized as a whole. It may be a pattern in which the initial situation is changed, mantained or re-established. The point of view is the angle or angles from which the story is told. Just as in a photograph the angle can be wider or narrower according to the lenses employed.
  • 4. FICTION ELEMENTS Setting concerns the time and place of the story. It can be recognizable, invented, social, in/outdoors. Time can be fictional or chronological. Literary devices can be symbols, allegory, myth, metaphors, fantasy, irony, humour, chronicle, suspense
  • 5. FICTION TYPES PICARESQUE FANTASY ADVENTURE ROMANTIC HORROR HISTORICAL REALISTIC PSYCHOLOGICAL
  • 6. FICTION TYPES SCIENCE UTOPIAN DYSTOPIAN IN VERSE
  • 7. SPEECH PRESENTATION DIRECT SPEECH (monologues, dialogues, interior monologue) INDIRECT SPEECH SEMI-INDIRECT SPEECH FREE DIRECT SPEECH FREE INDIRECT SPEECH
  • 8. THOUGHT PRESENTATION STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS (the flux of thoughts of one character) DIRECT INTEROR MONOLOGUE (the point of view corresponds to the internal thought of one character) INDIRECT INTERIOR MONOLOGUE SOLILOQUY
  • 9. KEY TERMS CLIMAX DENOUEMENT FLASHBACK MOTIF STORY-WITHIN-A-STORY SURPRISING ENDING TURN
  • 10. KEY TERMS CLIMAX DENOUEMENT FLASHBACK MOTIF STORY-WITHIN-A-STORY SURPRISING ENDING TURN

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