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Unit 3 1, Chapter 3, Novels and, short stories. E, PL, literary, texts, Novels and short stories allow us to escape to other worlds and to live. De nition, for a short while other lives Fictional narratives sit at the heart of. the study of English The imaginative representation of other people in. The English word novel comes from, M, other places and other times is part of a long tradition that began in oral. the Middle French word novel , storytelling From oral storytelling drama and epic verse developed meaning new or fresh A novel .
PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS, and eventually these evolved into the two most popular forms of ction then is just a new story . In this chapter you will study and discuss today novels and short stories . During the eighteenth and early, Harper Lee s novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Charles Dickens s novel Bleak House Novels nineteenth centuries the word. history was commonly used for long, Jane Austen s novel Pride and Prejudice. SA, prose ction what we would today, Marcus Zusak s novel The Book Thief The type of literary text you will most commonly read and study is the call a novel . Peter Carey s short story Conversations with Unicorns novel Novels form the backbone of many English courses as they show. Tim O Brien s short story The Man at the Well literary texts at their arguably most developed . poems by Thomas Gray Lord Byron Robert Burns Samuel Taylor So what exactly is a novel A novel is an extended imaginative. Coleridge Leonard Moore Theodore Roethke Ezra Pound narrative written in prose A novel must tell a story its plot involving. Robert Frost William Butler Yeats Langston Hughes John Donne imagined people its characters Some people also believe that a novel. plays by William Shakespeare Brian Friel and David Mamet should explore broad ideas themes and communicate a message about these ideas . the lms Memento Much Ado about Nothing Spiderman The King s Whatever its formal de nition a good novel is unbeatable for getting readers lost in a story and deeply involved. Speech Bran Nue Dae and The Notebook with characters lives and loves . The novel became the pre eminent form of ction during the eighteenth century when it supplanted verse. narratives allegories and traditional romances Rather than focusing on the deeds of heroes knights kings and the. wealthy eighteenth century novels increasingly presented the lives of ordinary people The use of an omniscient. third person narrator came into vogue during the nineteenth century and it remains popular to this day . UNIT 3 1 NOVELS AND SHORT STORIES 63, Many scholars suggest that Samuel Richardson s 1 Using the table below identify the narrative voice or voices of one or more of the novels you are studying.
Your, Pamela published in 1740 was the rst fully realised this year Give an example that demonstrates the narrative voice of each novel . turn, novel Richardson s epistolary novel was however . preceded by Daniel Defoe s better known Robinson NOVEL NARRATIVE VOICE EXAMPLE. Crusoe 1719 and Moll Flanders 1722 which are also David Malouf third person Priam comes to attention He knows from long experience. considered early examples of novels All three novels Ransom omniscient narrator what is expected of him The narrator can see inside Priam s. present characters involved in the events of a plot head and tell what he knows . but Pamela s characters are more psychologically, developed and believable . E, We have then a de nition of novels as ctitious. narratives that are written in prose and portray the. lives of characters This is close to Sir Walter Scott s. de nition from the early nineteenth century of the. novel as a ctitious narrative differing from the, PL.
Romance because the events are accommodated to, the ordinary train of human events and the modern 2 a Select a passage from one of the novels you are studying and rewrite it from a different point of view . state of society , These de nitions of novels are still broad and b As a class discuss what information would be lost if the whole novel were written in this new voice . we see this broadness re ected in the huge variety c Write a paragraph analysing how the change in narrator would affect the novel . of novels To sort out this variety we think of novels. as belonging to a particular genre Crime novels for 3 With a partner discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each type of narrative voice . example are a different genre from fantasy novels . which are a different genre again from romance novels Daniel Defoe s Robinson Crusoe is one of the earliest novels . The choice of narrative voice affects the feel of a novel In some novels having a rst person narrator is crucial. M, to the novel s style and the author s purpose Consider for example the rst person voice of Holden Caul eld in. Narrative voice J D Salinger s The Catcher in the Rye Using Holden as the rst person narrator allows Salinger to show the effects. PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS, PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS. The story or stories presented in a novel must be told by someone a narrator Many novels use the same narrator of Holden s upbringing and the origins of his puzzlement about the world . or narrative voice throughout others will retell events from more than one narrator s point of view When you Or consider Scout Finch from Harper Lee s To Kill a Mockingbird From the very rst page the reader is drawn. read a novel you must pay attention to the narrative voice telling the story especially the narrator s involvement into her recollections of the formative period of her childhood . in and knowledge of events and characters , I maintain that the Ewells started it all but Jem who was four years my senior said it.
SA, The two most common narrative voices are the third person omniscient narrator and the rst person narrator . started long before that , Of course there are other distinctions between types of narrative voice but these are the rst ones to consider . Using a third person narrator allows authors to reveal as far as they choose what characters are thinking. NOT INVOLVED IN THE NARRATIVE INVOLVED IN THE NARRATIVE. and feeling The third person narrator of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice for example usually presents Elizabeth. FULL Omniscient third person narrator Omniscient rst person narrator Bennet s point of view but at key moments such as after Darcy s rst proposal allows the reader insights into the. KNOWLEDGE This type of narrator is a removed observer This type of narrator is unusual as most thoughts of other characters . OF who is able to see all of the events An rst person narrators are characters in the. CHARACTERS omniscient narrator is even able to detect novel who will rarely have knowledge of. AND EVENTS characters thoughts all events and other characters thoughts His complexion became pale with anger and the disturbance of his mind was visible in. However posthumous narrators can t here every feature He was struggling for the appearance of composure and would not open his. lips till he believed himself to have attained it . LIMITED Limited third person narrator Limited rst person narrator. KNOWLEDGE OF Less common than a third person omniscient A standard type of narrative voice this type. CHARACTERS narrator this type of narrator neither exists of narrator tells the story they are or were The narrator shifts from observing Darcy s face and its expression and inferring from these his feelings to. AND EVENTS in the same world as the characters nor has involved in as they see it presenting certain knowledge about his thoughts These insights about his thoughts could only be guessed at by. full knowledge of their thoughts , a rst person narrator . 64 CHAPTER 3 LITERARY TEXTS UNIT 3 1 NOVELS AND SHORT STORIES 65. Your 1 A narrator can perform many functions Which type of narrator would best perform each of these Often however an author will choose to present the events of a novel in a different order from the order in. turn functions which they occur For example Tim Winton s Cloudstreet begins where it ends with the drowning of Fish Lamb . This type of narrative structure in which the end is presented at the beginning and is then followed by the bulk of. a withholding information, the narrative in chronological order is called a circular narrative . b keeping mystery Authors can also choose to present two or more parallel narratives in the one novel Such parallel narratives. c foreshadowing the conclusion often converge at the end Michael Cunningham s The Hours for example presents three distinct but connected. stories of three generations of women affected by the Virginia Woolf novel Mrs Dalloway Woolf writing the novel. d accessing characters thoughts in 1923 Mrs Brown a housewife in 1949 and Clarissa Vaughan who is planning a party for her dying literary. e providing information about a character s history friend in 1998 . E, Another common narrative structure is to tell the same story or parts of it from different characters points.
2 With a partner and then as a whole class discuss why each type of narrator is better suited to certain of view . functions , Your 1 Working with a partner list one example of each of the following types of narrative structure from the. novels you are familiar with If you have any gaps in your list join with another pair and swap examples . PL, turn, Plot and narrative a chronological narrative. For a novel to be called a novel things must happen events must unfold to form the novel s plot The events of a b chronological narrative with ashbacks. good novel are carefully crafted and presented in a considered order . Novels are often broadly divided into ve sections orientation complication rising action climax and c circular narrative. resolution These sections are more or less present in most novels although not always in this order d parallel narratives that converge. Jim s courage is e same events from different characters points of view. Jim is stationed, in England tested with Wizzer f reverse chronological narrative. WWI breaks out He then goes to Jim is killed, M, Jim nds in battle 2 As a class discuss the author s reasons for choosing the narrative structure of each of the novels you. France and the hell, Jim meets Ashley the ground tilting In Australia listed above What does the narrative structure add to the novel .
of the trenches , who asks him to to the place Climax Imogen re ects. PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS, PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS. keep records in where the war was on Jim s life and. the Sanctuary Jim Rising action its meaning , meets Imogen Almost every novel will contain as well as the main plot one or more subplots A subplot is a secondary story. Complication that is told alongside and usually connected to the main plot Subplots add variety allow the reader time away. Orientation Resolution from the main narrative and can be used to provide additional examples of the author s main themes In Geraldine. SA, Brooks s novel Year of Wonders the central plot about Anna Frith s intellectual and spiritual growth is supported by. the subplot about the poor treatment of Mem and Anys Gowdie . The plotline from David Malouf s Fly Away Peter can be represented visually . An important part of the analysis of any novel is an assessment of why an author has ordered their text in. the way that they have An author s choice to move events earlier or later in a narrative to begin at the end or to. 1 Draw a plot diagram for the novel you have most recently studied Use the one above as a guide present multiple versions of the same events all serve a purpose The author deliberately manipulates the narrative. Your, structure to control what the reader knows and when .
turn 2 Compare your diagram with the diagrams of the rest of the class Are there any differences As a class . discuss the reasons for the differences , 1 As a class discuss the purpose of the narrative structure of the novel you most recently studied Why. Your, has the author organised the events in this way . In a linear narrative or chronological narrative events are presented in the order in which they turn. chronologically occur A linear narrative is the simplest and most common narrative structure Mark Haddon s 2 Write a paragraph in which you analyse the connection between the novel s narrative structure and its. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time for example uses a linear narrative structure which is particularly narrative voice How are the two connected Why . appropriate given the narrator Christopher s logical and meticulous character . 66 CHAPTER 3 LITERARY TEXTS UNIT 3 1 NOVELS AND SHORT STORIES 67. Characters De nition Your 1 For each of the Dickensian characters below work with a partner and describe the type of person each. name suggests Is each character a good person or not They are usually only one or the other in. turn, Characters are at the heart of every good novel Avid readers will Dickens Compare your thoughts with the rest of class . The main character of a novel is the, recognise the feeling of wanting something good or bad to happen to. protagonist The word protagonist, a character they will develop feelings of friendship empathy or even NAME CONNOTATIONS OF NAME GOOD OR BAD .
PART TWO COMMON FEATURES OF TEXTS Contents PART TWO Chapter 3 Literary texts 62 3 1 Novels and short stories 63 3 2 Poetry 77 3 3 Plays 88 3 4 Narrative lms 100 Chapter 4 Persuasive texts 114 4 1 Persuasive media texts 115 4 1a Opinion writing online obook 4 2 Persuasive language 130 Chapter 5 Informative texts 146 5 1 News reports 147

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