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short story, talking animals, has a moral, very few characters, good over bad behavior fable genre
could have real places, real events, characters seem real, and actions seem real to the reader but probably weren't realistic fiction
a problem, solution, detective, villain, clues, victim, sidekick, "Who has done it?" mystery genre
explains why things happen in nature, gods and goddesses, usually bad behavior myth
takes place in the past, sometimes uses real places, characters could be real or made up historical fiction
actions can't be real, settings don't exist, creatures may or may not exist, events could not happen in real life fantasy
hyperboles! unreal events folktale
written by someone about themselves, real facts and in order of happenng in their life, may be part or all of their life autobiography
written about a person by another person, real facts, in order of the happening, may be part or all of their life biography
I, me, we, our, us, my, our, mine first person narrator is in the story
them, she, he, they, their, it, his, her, you third person is out of the story
Created by: TR fourth grade