Emily Dickinsons I Felt a Funeral in my Brain I felt a Funeral in my Brain And

Emily dickinsons i felt a funeral in my brain i felt

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Emily Dickinson's 'I Felt a Funeral in my Brain' I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to-and-fro, Kept treading - treading - till it seemed, That Sense was breaking through - And when they all were seated, A Service, like a, Drum - Kept beating - beating - till I thought, My Mind was going numb. Fiction Literature - Short Story Short Stories are wonderful tales of quests and fantasies. The small commercial fiction, true or imaginary, smaller than a novel is known as short story. Short stories have a well-defined structure - easy and no complexity in the beginning, concrete theme, some dialogs and end with resolution. Short stories can be oral and short-lived tales. Flash fiction is a short story, less than 1000 word count. e.g. Thomas Hardy's 'The Three Strangers', Rudyard Kipling's 'Jungle Book', etc.
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Fiction Literature - Frame Narrative Here we find a story within the main story. You must be wondering why would a writer prefer a story within a story and how does he present it? Well, it's one way to allow the reader to interpret every character in detail. Like... the story about a particular character's nature, family, work, and attitude etc. to make the character more lively. There are lots of methods to write a frame narrative. Some writers use dream within a story, some opt for series of stories in the main story, or they use imagery language to represent plots. In an adventure story, the character narrates his own story (main story), within that he mentions different places and people, and their stories etc. are the frame tales. Some of the popular examples of frame narratives are Pegasus, Wuthering Heights, The Flying Horse, The Three Pigs, A Time to keep and the Tasha Tudor Book of Holidays, etc. Non-fictional Literature Nonfiction literature is about real things and incidents, so they're informative and comprise interesting facts, with a total amalgam of analysis and illustrations. The various types have been explained below. Autobiography and Biography An autobiography is the story of the author's own life written by the author himself. For example, 'Family Life at the White House' by Bill Clinton is about his life and achievements. 'Wings of fire' by Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam is the success story of a poor child, and how he became the President of India. 'Mein kampf' by Adolph Hitler not only reveals Hilter's love for paintings and his career, but also focuses on the history of second World War. Barack Obama's 'Dream From My Father' is one of the best-selling books in the world. When an author writes about another person's life story, it is a biography. For example, Plutarch's 'Parallel Lives' written in the 1st century covers all famous Greek and Roman people of that time. Also 'Steve Jobs' (2001) by Walter Isaacson, 'Unbroken' by Laura Hillenbrand (about Louis Zamperini).
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