What are the different kinds of literature?
- Drama. Stories composed in verse or prose, usually for theatrical performance, where conflicts and emotion are expressed through dialogue and action.
- Fairy Tale.
- Fiction in Verse.
- Historical Fiction.
What is creative writing and types of creative writing?
Creative writing is therefore generally defined as writing that is imaginative, created, productive and original. This generally covers all areas of fiction, such as novels, short stories, poetry etc. but can also include non-fiction, such as feature articles for magazines.
What are the different types of creative writing?
Types of creative writing include:
- Movie and television scripts.
- Fiction (novels, novellas, and short stories)
- Personal essays.
What is genre and its types?
As a literary device, genre refers to a form, class, or type of literary work. The primary genres in literature are poetry, drama/play, essay, short story, and novel. It’s important to note that, as a literary device, genre is closely tied to the expectations of readers.
What is another name for genre?
Synonyms of genre
What are the two kinds of literature?
The two types of literature are written and oral. Written literature includes novels and poetry. It also has subsections of prose, fiction, myths, novels and short stories. Oral literature includes folklore, ballads, myths and fables.
What are the components of literature?
Elements of Literature
- Allegory. The characters are representative of some larger humanistic trait and attempt to convey some larger lesson or meaning in life.
- Allusion. A reference to something in history, culture or literature (especially historical).