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Introduction to Fiction Introduction to Fiction Pimomo (To be read and studied attentively) Read the whole introduction to fiction in the textbook (pp. 7-20). Then re-read the following sections, taking note of important information: Characterization, Point of View, Theme, Setting, Style and Symbol. Studying the chapter this way will help you to look for significant details in stories and to make critical and relevant sense of them. But let me also briefly introduce you to the elements of fiction and storytelling, especially Characterization, Conflict, and Symbolism. Stories and Real Life : (Pimomo). So a story takes place somewhere, sometime; it has a setting . A story is about something, namely a theme . It usually revolves around people, characters. It is told from the perspective of someone, a narrator
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