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Genres of Literature

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A fictional story based on a time, event, or series of events that have taken place in history
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A fictional story based on a time, event, or series of events that have taken place in history
historical fiction
Stories involving actual or future scientific phenomena
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Stories involving actual or future scientific phenomena
science fiction
Stories with characters who try to solve an unexplained event
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Stories with characters who try to solve an unexplained event
mystery
Stories with characters who take part in activities that could really happen in the real world
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Stories with characters who take part in activities that could really happen in the real world
realistic fiction
Stories often based on beliefs and customs that were originally told, rather than written
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Stories often based on beliefs and customs that were originally told, rather than written
folktales
A piece of writing that is true
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A piece of writing that is true
Nonfiction
Information sources such as encyclopedias, yearbooks, directories, and atlases
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Information sources such as encyclopedias, yearbooks, directories, and atlases
reference
A book or article that that explains a specific topic.
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A book or article that that explains a specific topic.
information
A daily or weekly publication of current events
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A daily or weekly publication of current events
newspaper
Records of historical events, such as the U.S. Constitution
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Records of historical events, such as the U.S. Constitution
historical documents
Words arranged in metrical pattern often using rhymed verse in an imaginative style
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Words arranged in metrical pattern often using rhymed verse in an imaginative style
poetry
Invented stories with imaginary characters and events
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Invented stories with imaginary characters and events
fiction
Stories set in make-believe worlds, often with non-human characters and/or magic
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Stories set in make-believe worlds, often with non-human characters and/or magic
fantasy/fairy tales
Fictional stories that often attempt to explain why things are the way they are now
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Fictional stories that often attempt to explain why things are the way they are now
myths/legends
Short moral stories that try to teach a lesson; often have animals as its characters
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Short moral stories that try to teach a lesson; often have animals as its characters
fables
A story for stage performance by actors
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A story for stage performance by actors
play (drama)
Stories designed to arouse our curiosity
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Stories designed to arouse our curiosity
mystery
A person's life story written by another person
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A person's life story written by another person
biography
A piece of writing that a person writes about his/her own life
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A piece of writing that a person writes about his/her own life
autobiography
A short piece of writing on a single subject, usually presenting the personal view of the author
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A short piece of writing on a single subject, usually presenting the personal view of the author
essay (editorial)
Couplets, cinquains, haiku
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Couplets, cinquains, haiku
poetry
Autobiographies, biographies, essays, newspapers
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Autobiographies, biographies, essays, newspapers
nonfiction
Popular themes are outer space and technology
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Popular themes are outer space and technology
science fiction
Might explain why the sky is blue through an interesting story
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Might explain why the sky is blue through an interesting story
myths/legends
Usually written in first person
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Usually written in first person
autobiography
The word used to describe the many types of writing that there are
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The word used to describe the many types of writing that there are
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