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Finney genre study

Genre practice

QuestionAnswer
fiction dealing with the solution of a crime or the unraveling of secrets mystery
story based on impact of actual, imagined, or potential science, usually set in the future or on other planets science fiction
story with fictional characters and events in a historical setting historical fiction
verse and rhythmic writing with imagery that creates emotional responses poetry
informational text dealing with an actual real-life subject nonfiction
narrative literary works whose content is produced by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact fiction
story about royalty or magical creatures, usually for children fairy tale
fiction with strange or other worldly settings or characters, fiction which invites suspension of reality fantasy
narration demonstrating a useful truth, especially in which animals speak as humans; legendary, supernatural tale fable
stories composed usually for theatrical performance, where conflicts and emotion are expressed through dialogue and action drama
story that can actually happen and is true to life realistic fiction
stores that explain events in nature; involved Gods & Goddesses mythology
has all the elements of a novel in shorter form short story
story about someone's life written by someone else biography
someone writes a story about their own life autobiography
a short text reflecting the author's view or point essay
a talk given to an audience in public speech
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