A list of common literary terms used when talking about thinking.
Once upon a time, fiction is any form of narrative. Something feigned or invented, or imagined – a made up story. “I told you my husband isn’t home,” she said. He smiled a rictus smile and shut the door behind him. “Tell me something I don’t know.” EXPOSITION. Not so much what is written but how it is written. (edit)
The class of literature. An imaginary thing or event. Order now for steps on how to write fiction, including- Pure imagination. Things that could not or do not happen in ordinary life, “based on a true story.” EXPOSITION. (edit) Submit your work.
(Non-Fiction: Note that reporting beliefs of others in a non-fiction format is not necessarily an endorsement of the ultimate veracity of those beliefs, it is simply saying that it is true that people believe that.)
“Life too short? For Martin, it seems too long.” (Foreshadowing: Clues for the reader to predict what may happen later on.) Fictional: adjective, Fictionally: adverb. Never enter contests.
Synonyms: fable, fabrication, fantasy (phantasy)
Antonyms : fact, reality
Rhymes with: diction
“As the editor of Fiction I have been frustrated by our inability to bring out more issues annually.” RISING ACTION: action right before climax. (edit) UNLEASH YOUR IMAGINATION TODAY, where readers all around the globe gather to share their passion.
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“What country are you from?” What? “What ain’t no country I’ve ever heard of, they speak English in What?” What? “English mother fucker do they speak it?” What? “Say what again, I double dare you!” CLIMAX: moment of greatest danger. Between rising action and falling action. (edit)
There are five types of conflict. Person vs. Technology has become another one.
Othello realizes that Iago is responsible for plotting against him (fiction can require a significant degree of analysis and interpretation) by spurring him on to murder his wife, Desdemona. FALLING ACTION (Denouement/resolution): the story is settling down and you start to get the climax and where it might be resolved (edit). Without one it always ends too abruptly and disappoints. Stopeveasdropping.com.
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“Oh, Simba you’re in trouble again, but this time Daddy isn’t here to save you, and now everyone knows why!” (Cue lightening) “Oh this looks familiar. Hmm where have I see this before? Oh yes, I remember, this is just the way your father looked before he died. Here’s my little secret. I killed Mufassa.”
“NO!” (echo younger voice of simba)
Something different? Biography, short story, dictionary, drama
CON(End)CLUSION/RESOLUTION. Fiction in the Age of E-Books. The historical truth behind Arthur Miller’s play. Get a free How to Publish Guide mailed to your doorstep, No Cost! Occurs after the climax, where the conflict is resolved. It may contain a moment of final suspense. (edit)
We could still see the old king's blood in the cracks in the flagstones beneath the new king's feet when he announced to us all that this was a unification, not a conquest.
Let me tell you a story. Although fiction often describes a major branch of literary work, it is also applied to theatrical, cinematic, documentarian, etc. Truth is stranger than fiction. 3.5 out of 5.0