Candelaria, Jayson B.

June 7, 2017

12 – Fleming Dr. Reynaldo Pineda

 where personal experiences about the author make their way into their writing

 a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group,
that is written in an informal or conversational style.

 literature that appeals mainly to women.

 In literary criticism, close reading is the careful, sustained interpretation of a brief passage
of a text. a thoughtful, disciplined reading of a text. Also called close
analysis and explication de texte.

 the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of
which it can be fully understood and assessed.

 (also known as literary nonfiction or narrative nonfiction) is a genre of writing that uses
literary styles and techniques to create factually accurate narratives.

 critical interpretation is one of the two most common types of research papers in literature,
the arts, and the other humanities.

 critical paper is an analysis of a text such as a book, film, article, or painting. The goal of
this type of paper is to offer a text or an interpretation of some aspect of a text or to situate
the text in a broader context.

 fiction that is extremely brief, typically only a few hundred words or fewer in its entirety.

 poetry that has had hyperlinks embedded into it by the reader. I have the scholars select
a poem and then they add hyperlinks to the poem to help explain their interpretation of
the poem.


LITERARY GENRE  category of literary composition. In applied pragmatics. or fictional device. the contents of the fact and classification tables). SPECULATIVE FICTION 21ST CENTURY LITERATURE . MOBILE PHONE DATA TEXTULA  Contain the actual data (i. irony. a strategy used in the making of a narrative to relay information . whereas figurative language. preserving and interpreting the voices and memories of people. is any of several specific methods the creator of a narrative uses to convey what they want—in other words. character and tone are literary elements. tone. SOCIO – CULTURAL CONTEXT  refers to the idea that language. literary device. for example. often with subgroups.e. also known. more narrowly for literary fictional narratives. LITERARY HISTORY  As a critical tool. LITERARY ELEMENTS  plot... even though sensory stimulus cannot be easily articulated in language or signs.' LITERARY TECHNIQUES  narrative technique. content. then. like the texts themselves. This means when language is learnt. meaning is formed through sensory experiences. Genres may be determined by literary technique. the socio- cultural context in which it is used needs to be taken into consideration as well. communities. and saved as CSV (Comma Separated Values) files or TXT (text) files. is closely linked to the culture and society in which it is used. and participants in past events. rather than existing in isolation. ORAL HISTORY RESEARCH  field of study and a method of gathering. The distinctions between genres and categories are flexible and loosely defined. as a literary technique. but typically these will be comma separated. tab delimited or fixed width format files containing the table data. or even (as in the case of fiction) length. theme. NATIONAL LITERATURE  help define a national identity or provide a common reference point for that country's culture. The structure of the data files is defined in the control files. or foreshadowing would be considered literary techniques.  how meaning is understood without relying on intent and assumptions. genre is itself the product of innumerable reading encounters and discussions of texts: it is an artifact of literary history.

blunt.  Simile is a comparison between two unlike things using the words "like" or "as. 21ST CENTURY LITERATURE  World literature in prose produced during the 21st century.  Metaphor compares two unlike things or ideas 21ST CENTURY LITERATURE . indirect. or offensive term.  Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it is describing. The range of years is. FIGURES OF SPEECH  a word or phrase used in a non-literal sense for rhetorical or vivid effect."  Personification is giving human qualities to non-living things or ideas.  Oxymoron is two contradictory terms used together. futuristic. involving supernatural.  Understatement is when something is said to make something appear less important or less serious  Synecdoche is when a part represents the whole or the whole is represented by a part.  Alliteration is the repetition of the beginning sounds of neighboring words  Anaphora is a technique where several phrases begin with the same word or words  Assonance is the repetition of vowel sounds in words that are close together  Hyperbole uses exaggeration for emphasis or effect  Euphemism is a mild. for the purpose of this article.  genre of fiction that encompasses works in which the setting is other than the real world. literature written from (roughly) the year 2001 to the present. or vague term substituting for a harsh. or other imagined elements.