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ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Wilshire Boulevard, Raymond Chandler, Scopophilia

COMPONENTS OF NARRATION: Narration point of view/person - the position of the narrator in relation to the story being told; first- person, second-person, third-person, alternating. Narrative time - the temporal relati...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Speculative Fiction, Intertextuality, Literal And Figurative Language

WORLDBUILDING AND EXPOSITION Worldbuilding: the process of fleshing out the fictional world of the story, especially in speculative fiction. Established through details bout the story worlds geography, history, culture, ec...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Housefly, Japanese Sound Symbolism, Ergodic Literature

COMICS TERMINOLOGY Panel: an individual drawing that conveys a segment of the action; arranged in tiers. Gutter: the white space in between and outside panels. Splash: a panel that spans the full width of a page. Spread: a...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Margaret Atwood, Sinkhole, List Of Star Wars Species (U–Z)

Books by Emily St. John Mandel: THE LOLAQUARTET THE SINGER'S GUN LAST NIGHT IN MONTREAL SCIENCE FICTION Genre of fiction featuring hypothetical scientific of technological advances, the existence of alien life, space...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Metafiction, Plot Twist

METAFICTION: Astyle of prose narrative that draws attention to the fictitiousness or literariness of the work. Disrupts the reader's willing suspension of disbelief and thus destabilizes the relationship between reader...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Stock Character, Intertextuality, Antihero

LITERARYTERMS: Allusion The notion that texts (fiction and non-fiction) cannot be interpreted in isolation but rather refer outward to ideas, traditions, and idioms established in other works of literature; the way in ...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Intertextuality, Flash Fiction, Literary Fiction

Femme Fatale A stock character who is a mysterious, seductive, and dangerous woman. Archetype appears in accounts of historical women (Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette), literary and artistic representations of fictional women...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Jeff Vandermeer, Antihero, Utopian And Dystopian Fiction

GENRE: Dystopia An imagined state or society in which there is great suffering or injustice, often one that is totalitarian or post- apocalyptic. Like utopia, dystopia often motivated by underlying critiques of status ...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Sarah Orne Jewett, Intertextuality, Thesis Statement

III. Essay: for the essay section you will be asked to select one out of several prompts and use it as a starting point for making an argument about several texts we read this quarter. Much like the second essay, you w...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Trick, Ergodic Literature, Socalled

Narrative Point of View/Person The position of the narrator in relation to the story being told; first-person, second-person, third-person, alternating. Narrative Time The temporal relationship between the narrator and...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Flash Fiction, Historical Fiction, Antihero

What is fiction? "Astory or setting created from the imagination, and not presented as fast. Acultural product that comes in many forms and genres.An artwork produced through the creator's conscious manipulation of story ...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm
ENGL 91C Study Guide - Final Guide: Raymond Chandler, Ernest Hemingway, Alice Walker

PASSAGE IDS: LIST of authors/texts from syllabus - Jane Austen - Persuasion Sylvan Barnet & William E. Cain - Writing About Fiction: The World of the Story John Barth - Incremental Perturbation: How to Know Whether ...

English
ENGL 91C
Lindsay Wilhelm

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