Form • Narrative Genre • Lyric Genre • Dramatic genre
Narrative Genre • All relates of facts located in a determined period of time. • Ex: A novel. • Expressed in prose and verse. • Prose: Novel, legend, fairy tales, etc. • Verse: romance, epopee, etc.
Dramatic Genre • Written plays to be performed on a stage to the audience. The elements: the dialogue and action. • Ex: Romeo and Juliet. • Sub: • Comedy, Tragedy and Drama.
Lyric Genre • Works in which predominate the subjective world or writter’s inner feelings. • Ex: A poetry. • Classified in: • Ode, song, satire, etc.
Types • Fictional and non-fictional
All categories of books or stories can be called eitherfiction or non-fiction. Fiction • A made up story • Can tell about things that could happen • Is read for fun • Characters may be like real people or imaginary Non-Fiction • Has facts that can be checked and proven • The author is an expert on this information.
Answer with your own words. What is literature according to the comprehension? What is the difference between types and forms? Why is literature important for the culture? Make a comparison box of the forms.(brief description).