Gill explains that genres should be classified accordingly to the categories of values that are present in the texts. Thus, different genres are interested in different categories. He explains that speculative fiction is interested specially in “categories of engagement or social critique and categories of replacement or surrogate experience” (Gill 78). And that speculative fiction is separated from science fiction by a fine thread. “Engaged works of speculative fiction may present other realitiesm but their alternate worlds will comment on this world negativelly to satirize it 's shortcommings, or possitively to provide a model of emulation, as in some utopias”
Virginia Woolf’s renowned novel, To The Lighthouse, is one which critics find challenging to interpret fully, due to Woolf’s idiosyncratic nature which permeates the text. Taking the first section of the text, “The Window”, and focusing on Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay as focal points, the nature of the subconscious and psychoanalysis are intriguing areas to delve into. Few critics have been successful in exploring these aspects of the text; yet, Martha C. Nussbaum’s in-depth analysis of the novel through these aspects is thoroughly compelling, although a suggestion for modification will also be made. Highlighting the importance of exploring the inner-consciousness, Nussbaum refreshes our minds and provides us with a deeper meaning of the text, despite
Another time he shows cleverness is when he creates a plan to get rid of the suitors, instead of just barging in to see his wife and family (“Twenty years gone, and I am back again…”). Odysseus knew that if he went back without a plan, the suitors would just kill him. He was smart enough to wait for his moment then strike. Additionally, he was clever enough to make such a good plan that he could kill all the suitors and take his life back, which is what he did. Odysseus’s repeated demonstration of cleverness helped him through his journey and made him a true
Because it is a horror story. The author tells a situation scary. The conversation also supported to show it condition. Besides that, the story is easy to know the purpose of a reader. 4.1 Conclusion In conclusion, prose fiction has four elements.
A novel is a tool employed by the author to explore and teach the reader about certain subjects. Differences between the intended topics of indirect discussion inform the tone, atmosphere, content, and characters of the novel. Thus, novels that discuss coming of age have very different settings and subjects that novels that want to discuss war and violence. Even within the same genre, the author’s chosen topics of discussion dictate differences between characters, style, and setting. Noir is one of the best genres to observe these shifts in because it is characterized by a certain style and character design so that any deviation from the norm is glaring.
In the game Ben is running for his survival while the game planners throw him first in a dangerous and the in an easy task, first to heightened the popularity of show up to a certain climax and then drag him back towards a life. In the reality show game planners keep one’s alive for a certain period of time to get maximum sponsors, and after that introduce a new one. Same trend can be seen in the present day media which sometimes overly exaggerate a minor situation. In addition to this author also tells through the story that hoe media changes a common perception about the miseries of life. As those citizens who regularly watch the FREE VEE show did not consider the miserable condition of the volunteer as a human, rather they remain curious about “What will happen
For them to retain their readers they also use series of literary devices which in turn create suspense. In “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe, the author uses verbal irony to create suspense in order to engage their readers. Poe provides many hints as to what is going to happen to Fortunato throughout the story. This is done for the sake of keeping the reader’s imagination running while also leaving them on their toes anticipating what is going to happen next. For this to be created Poe uses verbal irony.
They begin to try and re-create the project, fail a few times and guess what to do. Mike says he knows this one kid named Kevin Oswald then begins to a little scene where we introduce Kevin Oswalds character like (montage of kevin oswald). “He wins every science fair” “Has perfect attendance” At first Alex denies bringing kevin on becuase Alex is scared of kevin becuase he bullies alex. “Wait KEVIN OSWALD BULLIES YOU! THE KID WITH ELEVEN TOES!” “i said i dont wanna fucking talk about it”.
Teenagers trust the film, one day a bad guy will turn into a good guy like a film said, but how about their life as teenagers who will replace our prime minister holding a job to make sure the country in safe condition. They are our generation that we need to protect like gold because without them our country can easily bullied by others. If we can see the header of the newspaper recently, teenagers become violent at school, fight with each other’s, make their own team at school and studies not important anymore for them. Why they develop that bad behaviour? Is it to get attention from others or they have their own reason.
In his book Literary Theory: An Introduction, Terry Eagleton addressed the problematic definition of literature as a term, concept and as a field of artistic expression. He started to problematize the definition of literature as an ‘imaginative’ form of writing- a definition that directly relates to fiction. However, this definition fails to encapsulate other forms of writing that acclaim a sense of ‘factual’ recording, presentation, and delivery of an author’s intention in his writings. Such texts include essays written by famous scientist like Francis Bacon, autobiographies, memoirs, scholastic and scientific publications. Moreover, Eagleton acknowledged that the distinction between ‘fact’ and ‘fiction’ in literature is often questionable.