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Analysis of Literature

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6.A formal letter following specific rules
10.A story varying in length from 500 to 15,000 words
11.Characters can display their personalities through these
13.The story of a person's life written by someone else
14.The body of the letter discusses feelings or experiences of mutual interest to the sender and recipient
15.Daily habits of characters
17.An imaginary person that appears in a literary work
19.The writer tells a story describing characters as "he", "she", or "they"
20.A narrative in which the objsects, persons, and actions represent meanings that are outside the story itself
21.Documents published periodically which contain information about topics of current interest
26.A story told in action and dialogue by actors who perform as characters
27.A story associated with some period in the history of a people or nation
31.A written work in which scientific facts, assumptions, or hypotheses form the basis of adventures in the future
32.The background for the action of a story
36.A work in which the characters face a problem which is seemingly beyond explanation
38.The narrator tells the story from the "I" point of view
39.A long narrative poem in elevated style presenting characters of high position in adventrues, always with a heroic figure
40.A humorous tale common on the North American frontier
41.A story that takes place in an exaggerated world with bizarre characters in it
42.Literature written in lines and stanzas
43.An opponent or rival of the hero
44.A written or printed message addressed to a person or organization
1.Written works describing exotic places, remote locations, heroic events, and passionate love
2.Where the story occurs
3.The story of a person's life written by that person
4.The hero or main character
5.Writing intended to inform the reader of the facts and details surrounding current events
7.A story with supernatural characters and events
8.Correspondence in which readers of magazines or newspapers provide input by writing to the editor
9.The body of the letter discusses some type of business transaction or information in a formal tone
12.Other types of documents published periodically which contain information about topics of current interest
16.Any extended fictional narrative almost always written in prose
18.Conversation between two people in a story
22.A notice that calls attention to a product or service
23.Dramas written for movies or television
24.A brief tale told to point out a moral
25.The perspective from which a writer tells a story
28.When the story occurs
29.Through the narrator of a story, the author can describe a character's physical features, dress, occupation, personality traits, and thoughts and feelings
30.The story is told from the perspective of one of the characters whose information is restricted to what he sees, hears, and feels
33.The person telling the story
34.A simple story set in the past; contain animal, human, or superhuman characters
35.Brief articles by authors who share their opinions and reflections about current issues
37.A narrative writing drawn from the imagination rather than from history or fact

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