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The Nature of Fiction

The Nature of Fiction

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This document is used in my Fiction Class at the English Teaching Program of the Christian University of Indonesia.
This document is used in my Fiction Class at the English Teaching Program of the Christian University of Indonesia.

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Published by: Parlindungan Pardede on Oct 06, 2010
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Parlindungan Pardede
Christian University of Indonesia
 
THE NATURE OF FICTION
FICTION IS DRAMATIC
FICTION IS CONCRETE AND SPECIFIC
FICTION IS GENERALLY REPRESENTATIVE
FICTION INSTRUCTS AND ENTERTAINS
FICTION IS RELATED TO LIFE
FICTION IS CREATIVE AND IMAGINATIVEDefinition:Fiction is an imaginary but plausible andultimately truthful prose narrative whichdramatizes changes in human life and ismade by an author by selecting, ordering,and interpreting life experience to create astructure of fictional world through written orspoken words as its medium
 
 
FICTION IS DRAMATIC
Every fiction is basically adramatization of ideas. It tells astory
in which characters performactions
and through the actions,the author reveals his ideas (theme,message) about human life.
Since the ideas are implied, readersshould discover them by observingand reflecting upon the actions.
To dramatize= to express ideas or feelings through actions

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