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Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction
Aktualisiert: 12/12/2016
Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction
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Literarische Genres

Literarische Genres

Von Kristy Littlehale

Es scheint, als gäbe es unendlich viele Genres in der Literatur, aber in Wirklichkeit gibt es tatsächlich viele Untergenres. Diese Unter-Genres stammen von den drei Hauptformen der Literatur: Poesie, Drama und Prosa. In der Regel begegnen den Schülern diese Formen der Literatur für das meiste, worüber sie in der Schule lesen und schreiben. Daher ist es wichtig, dass die Schüler sie erkennen und ihre wichtigsten Merkmale kennen.

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Genres of Literature - Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction


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  • • Prose written about a series of true events, usually connected • Can include journey narratives, histories, reports, articles, newspaper articles, etc.
  • • A narrative about one's life, written by that person • Differs from a memoir in that it usually covers the entire scope of the author's life, rather than focusing on a single period of his or her life
  • • A written account of a person's life • Incorporates character, personality, and accomplishments
  • September 3, 1492 We've been sailing for a month, but we haven't seen land yet...
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  • •A personal, and often daily, record of events, experiences, and reflections • Diaries focus more on emotions and personal accounts • Journals tend to be logs of events and often describe the experiences of a group of people
  • • A narrative about a theme, topic, or important information • Can be formal or informal • Can incorporate opinion
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