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Difference between good and bad literary fiction
So you can be sure that I am very used to fiction writing. I have been a little bit disillusioned with the so-called fiction I have come across recently. It' s something I hated to use the words good and evil to describe a novel, because the fiction is unbelievably personal and what one loved, the other hated.
Maybe powerful fiction versus faint fiction are better notions. But for convenience, I will only use good and evil this time. Wh-what is fiction? Literature fiction is fiction of idea. Whilst the storyline must be good, the focus of the plot is not often as important as the focus on the idea, theme and concern of the work.
The fiction deals with "big" topics, which are often conflicting, complicated and intricate. DAYL WRITING TIPS says: There may be more vocabulary[in fiction ] than usual, and when the narrative ends, the reader has the feeling that he has learnt not only the fates of the character, but also something about the constitution of man. As Nathan Bransford says: "I want to break one of the legends about fiction - that it has no action.
I get Sooooooooooooo much fiction in the old interrogation mailbox is plottle. There is a storyline to good fiction. Note how both Writer's Relief and Nathan Bransford say that "the narrative must be good" or "good fiction has a plot". So what makes good fiction? Much of the classical literature that is usually read at schools and universities can be regarded as fiction about the writing styles.
Most of them have readily identified properties, such as the following (which I have all seen and studied): There are, of course, other examples of great fiction that have more subtler storylines, such as James Joyce's Dubliners. Thing is, although the story is hardly perceptible, the speech is astonishing and one gets away from the readings - as Daily Writing Tips describe it - the sense of having learnt something about the state of man.
So good fiction - at least in my own personal experiences - is what combines good action with thoughtful speech, or what just blinds us with speech and characterisation, even if the action stays subtl. However, please be aware that subtile does not mean that it does not exist. So what makes bad fiction in literature? I' m not naming any of them because all of them have some redemptive properties, but I recently purchased a novel that suits Nathan Bransford's descriptions of what he normally gets under the cover of fiction:...[A] characters who reflect on the whims and eccentricity of the world.
Its cover was confused and, although it went on and on, said nothing about the action. Immediately I reacted to the narrative by saying that the protagonist was really the righteous writer who wrote about himself in one way or another. And I would also like to say that I was totally tired of having to read it because nothing happened.
A good fiction should not bother the readers, even if there is not much so-called activity. Once again, if the story is subtile, then speech and characterisation must fascinate your readers so much that they can read it. Poor fiction can't do that. Recently I completed Elizabeth Strout's novel Amy and Isabelle, which was nomination for the Orange Prize 2000 and nomination for the PEN/Faulkner Award 2000 for fiction (Wikipedia).
He also won the 2008 Pulitzer for her linked story collection, Olive Kitteridge. Here is an example of a novel in which not much happens in relation to the classical storyline, but there is a certain storyline. Then I wanted to continue with this. This was one of those volumes that made me think about it long after I finished my last few words.
I was annoyed reading a few things, but all in all I found writing beautiful and the plot exciting. That' a good fiction in literature. In your opinion, what makes a good reading in literature? So, what's wrong with fiction in literature?