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Balanced sentence

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times". A tale of two cities. "White chickens lay white eggs and brown hens lay brown eggs, so if white cows give white milk, brown cows give chocolate milk?". Abraham Lincolns 1863 Gettysburg addres ...

                                               

Clandestine literature

Underground literature, which is also called "underground literature" refers to the type of the editorial and publishing process, which involves publishing work, are often in contradiction with the legal norms of the location. Underground literat ...

                                               

Classic book

A classic book is regarded as an exemplary or noteworthy, for example through support such as listed in the list of great books, or using the readers personal opinion. Although this term is often associated with the Western Canon, it can be appli ...

                                               

Comedy of menace

Comedy of menace is the body of plays written by David Campton, Nigel Dennis, N. F. Simpson, and Harold Pinter. This term was coined by drama critic Irving of Words, who borrowed it from the subtitle Camptons play to watch the sleepwalker: a Come ...

                                               

Conclusion (book)

In non-fiction books, the conclusion is the section which States the concluding ideas and concepts of the previous letter. This generally replicates the shape or perhaps the epilogue, and the conclusion can be supplemented by an epilogue, conclus ...

                                               

Conte cruel

The count is cruel, like A to Z of fantasy literature Brian Stableford States, "story is a genre that takes its name from the 1883 collection of Villiers de lisle-Adam, although previous examples have been presented by authors such as Edgar Allan ...

                                               

Critical lens

The critical lens is looking at a particular work of literature, focusing on the choice of style, story and interaction of characters and how they show a particular theme. This is a common literary device analysis.

                                               

Literary cycle

Literary circle is a group of stories focused on the overall figures, often based on mythical figures or loosely on historic. Cycles that are dealing with the whole country is sometimes called the questions. Fictional cycle is often called Mythos.

                                               

Dedication (publishing)

Dedication is a manifestation of the ties of friendship or gratitude from the author to another person. The dedication has its own place on the dedication page and is part of the front matter.

                                               

Domestic realism

Domestic realism usually refers to the genre of 19th-century novels popular with women readers. This is the message body also known as "sentimental fiction" or "womens fiction". The genre is mainly reflected in the novel, though short stories and ...

                                               

Dual narrative

The dual narrative is a form of narrative that tells the story of two different perspectives, usually two different people. The double narrative is also an effective method that can be used to tell the story of people in two different points in t ...

                                               

Elementary realism

Realism is derived from real words. This school originated in the XIX century. Realism is based on realism and the item was made in modern society. Factors in the emergence of this school include: 1. Not-so-famous writers and artists who lived in ...

                                               

Empirical study of literature

The empirical study of literature is an interdisciplinary area of research, which includes psychology, sociology, philosophy, contextual study of literature and the history of reading literary texts. International society for the empirical study ...

                                               

Epigraph (literature)

In literature, an epigraph is a phrase, quotation, or poem that is in the beginning of the document, monographs or her section. The epigraph may serve as a Preface to the work, in summary, as a counter-example, or a link from work to a wider lite ...

                                               

Epilogue

An epilogue or epilog is the writing at the end of a work of literature, usually used to complete the work. It is presented from the point of view in history. When the author speaks directly to the reader, that is more properly considered an afte ...

                                               

Epiphany (literature)

The baptism referred to in the literature, usually in a visionary moment, when a character has a sudden insight or realization that changes his or her understanding or their understanding of the world. The term has a more specialised meaning as a ...

                                               

Epistle

A message in writing directed or sent to a person or group of people, usually an elegant and formal didactic letter. The genre of Epistle writing letters was common in Ancient Egypt as part of scribal schools to write. Letters in the New Testamen ...

                                               

Etat second

Etat second denotes a state of mind in which some French authors when writing stories. It mixes abstraction and concentration at the same time, ironically, say sometimes more facts than conscious writing. Argentine writer Julio cortázar often use ...

                                               

Extant literature

The literature and extant texts or music that has survived from the past to the present time, unlike the lost work. The literature can be divided into extant original manuscripts, copies of original manuscripts, quotations and paraphrases of pass ...

                                               

Fictional portrayals of psychopaths

Figments of psychopaths, or sociopaths, are some of the most famous in cinema and literature, but only vaguely and partially relate to the concept of psychopathy, which is itself used with varying definitions, mental health professionals, crimino ...

                                               

Foreword

Preface this work is sometimes placed at the beginning of a book or other literature. Usually written by someone other than the main author of the work, he often says any interaction between the Preface and the author of the book or the story the ...

                                               

Futurism (literature)

Futurism modernist avant-garde movement in literature and part of the futurism art movement that originated in Italy in the early 20th century. He made his official debut in literature with the publication of the Manifesto of futurism Filippo Tom ...

                                               

Imagery

The imagery of a literary text, is the authors use of vivid and descriptive language to add depth to their work. Sensual images encourages human senses to deepen the readers understanding of the work. Powerful forms of imagery involves all the se ...

                                               

Inclusio

In biblical studies, inclusion is a literary device based on a concentric principle, also known as bracketing or an envelope structure, which consists of creating a frame by placing similar material at the beginning and end of a section, although ...

                                               

Indie literature

The national literary awards defines independent or "indie" literature "books published outside of the major publishing activities". Such books are rarely recognized and hard to pin down, but some examples include "Damastor" Dimitri Iatrou, "Retu ...

                                               

Interstitial art

Interstitial art is any work of art whose nature is between, not within, familiar boundaries of accepted genres or media, making the work difficult to categorize or describe within a single artistic discipline.

                                               

Introduction (writing)

In an essay, article, or book, the Introduction is a beginning section which States the purpose and objectives of the next record. It is usually accompanied by a body and a conclusion. The introduction typically describes the contents of the docu ...

                                               

Literary language

Literary language is a form of language used in his literary letter. This can be either a non-standard dialect or standardized dialect of. Sometimes it can differ significantly from various lects spoken, but the difference between literary and co ...

                                               

Lead paragraph

Lead paragraph the first paragraph of the article, essay, Chapter of a book or other written work that summarizes its main idea. Styles vary among different types and genres of publications, journalistic news-style lead to a more encyclopedic div ...

                                               

Liberature

Liberature relates to a new kind of literature, TRANS-genre, in which text and the material form of a book constitute an inseparable whole. The term is derived from the word literature’, but draws from the Latin Liber, meaning "book" and "free" a ...

                                               

Literary fragment

Literary fragments may comprise: The surviving extracts of larger works lost as a wholesale. Construction inadvertently missed or not completed to their authors. Works deliberately constructed as fragmentary pieces. Deliberately undeveloped liter ...

                                               

Literary space

According Mieczyslaw Jagiellonia space can be divided into three types, namely, extra-linguistic, the intertextual, and vnutrisustavnogo. First, where are stored the works of art. This is a physical, 3-dimensional and, therefore, may arise in the ...

                                               

Miscellany

This book is a collection of various written works by different authors. Meaning a mixture, medley, or assortment, the collection can include pieces on many subjects and in various forms. In contrast to anthologies, whose purpose is to give a sel ...

                                               

Moral

Morality is a message that is transmitted or lesson that can be learned from story or event. The moral may be left on the listener, reader or viewer to determine for themselves, or may be explicitly encapsulated in a Maxim. Moral lesson in the st ...

                                               

Narratology

Narratology is the study of narrative and narrative structure and the ways that these affect our perception. This anglicisation of French narratologie, coined by Tzvetan Todorov. Its theoretical lineage goes back to Aristotle, but modern narratol ...

                                               

Outdoor literature

Outdoor literature is a genre of literature involving the outdoors. Outdoor literature encompasses several different subgenres including exploration literature, adventure literature, mountain literature and nature writing. Another subgenre is the ...

                                               

Page 99 test

Page 99 test is a way to evaluate the work of art proposed by the literary critic Ford Madox Ford. Ford assumed that for potential readers to open the book and read page 99, to get a sense of how well written work, while avoiding any case summary ...

                                               

Pan-national epic

National epic is an epic poem or a literary work of epic scope which seeks or is intended to capture and Express the essence and spirit of a nation, not necessarily a nation state, but at least an ethnic or linguistic group with the desire for in ...

                                               

Paraliterature

Paraliterature consists of written work dismissed as not literary. It includes commercial fiction, popular fiction, pulp fiction, comic books and, primarily, a genre of fiction with works of science fiction, fantasy, mysticism and others.:361

                                               

Perverse incentive

An incentive is an incentive that has an unintended and undesirable result which is contrary to the intentions of its designers. Perverse incentives are a type of negative unintended consequences. A classic example of perverse incentives occurred ...

                                               

Poetics

The term "poetics" comes from the Greek poietikos ποιητικός "poetry," literally "creative, productive," from ποιητός poietos "made," verbal adjective ποιεῖν poiein "to make". Scholar T. V. F. Brogan identifies three major movements in Western poe ...

                                               

Popular history

Popular history is a broad and somewhat ill-defined genre of historiography that takes a popular approach, aims at a wide readership, and usually emphasizes narrative, personality and vivid detail over scholarly analysis. The term is used in cont ...

                                               

Portrait (literature)

Portrait of a literary genre is derived from the picturesque portrait. Simulation of painting is evident in the name of the genre is the term painting. Historians of antiquity recognized the task of the portrait as a representation, we find the b ...

                                               

Postcolonial literature

Post-colonialism is a broad cultural approach to the study of power relations between different groups, cultures or people, in which language, literature and translation play the role of postcolonial literature is literature from the former colon ...

                                               

Print disability

Print-disabled is "a person who cannot effectively read print because of visual, physical, perceptual, developmental, cognitive, or learning disability". Printed prevents a person to obtain information from printed materials in standard form, and ...

                                               

Prologue

Prologue or prologue-opening story that sets the context and gives background details, often some earlier story that ties into the main, and other data. The ancient Greek prologos included the modern meaning of prologue, but a broader meaning, mo ...

                                               

Sensibility

Sensibility refers to an acute perception of or responsiveness toward something, like emotions of the other. This concept emerged in eighteenth-century Britain and was closely associated with studies of sense perception as the means through which ...

                                               

Serial (literature)

In literature, batch print format in which one to work more often a work of narrative fiction published in small, consecutive installments. Payments are also known as numbers, parts or bundles, and can be released either in separate publications ...

                                               

Sociology of literature

Sociology of literature is a subfield of sociology of culture. He studies the social production of literature and its social consequences. A notable example is Pierre Bourdieus 1992 Les Regles de Lart: Genese Et structure du Champ Litteraire, tra ...

                                               

Soliloquy

Soliloquy is a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himself, relating thoughts and feelings, thereby sharing them with the audience, creating the illusion of unspoken reflections. If other characters are present, they are silent ...

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