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Free The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts doc ✓ reader 9789866973192 · David Lodge È [PDF / Epub] ★ The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts By David Lodge – 《小說的五十《小說的五十堂課》內有五十個簡短篇章,編排輕鬆又容易吸收。每個篇章介紹一個小說技巧,包含「開頭」、「觀點」、「神秘」、「意識流」、「陌生化」、「驚奇」、「角色介紹」、「寓言」、「異國風」、「諷刺」等等,完整涵蓋過去兩個 The Art of Fiction Illustrated from Classic and Modern Texts David Lodge The Art of Fiction is a book of literary criticism by the British novelist David Lodge The chapters of the book first appeared in 1991 1992 as weekly columns in The Independent on Sunday and were eventually gathered into book form and published in 1992 The essays as they appear in the book have in many cases been expanded from their original format Lodge focuses each chapter upon one aspect of the art of fiction comprising some fifty topics Every chapter also begins with a passage from classic or modern literature that Lodge feels embodies the techniue or topic at hand Some of the topics Lodge analyzes are Beginning the first chapter The Intrusive Author The Epistolary Novel Magic Realism Irony and Metafiction Among the authors he uotes in order to illustrate his points are Jane Austen J D Salinger Henry James Virginia Woolf Martin Amis F Scott Fitzgerald and even himselfتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز نهم ماه فوریه سال 2013میلادیعنوان هنر داستان‌نویسی با نمونه‌ هایی از متن‌های کلاسیک و مدرن؛ نویسنده دیوید لاج؛ مترجم رضا رضایی؛ تهران، نشر نی، 1388، چاپ دوم 1391، 424ص؛ شابک 9789641851028؛ کتابنامه از ص 387، تا ص 391؛ موضوع نظریه و هنر داستان نویسی از نویسندگان انگلیسی سده 20مهنر داستان‌ نویسی، درباره‌ ی شیوه‌ ها، و شگردهای داستان‌نویسی، به قلم «دیوید لاج»، انگلیسی، که یکی از بزرگ‌ترین نقادان دوران کنونی هستند، میباشد؛ «دیوید لاج»، که از چهره‌ های ممتاز نقد داستان، به‌ شمار می‌روند، در پنجاه فصل، به موضوع‌ها و مبحث‌هایی پرداخته است، که در عالم داستان‌ نویسی، و داستان‌ خوانی، اهمیت بسیار دارند، و هر نویسنده، و خوانشگر داستانها، باید با آن‌ها، آشنایی داشته باشدنمونه مثال‌ها، و بررسی‌ها، در این کتاب، بر کم و بیش دویست متن داستانی کلاسیک، و مدرن، مبتنی‌ هستند، که بیشتر آن‌ها متن مرجع، به‌ شمار می‌آیند؛ خوانشگران نیز، از خوانش کتاب لذت بسیار خواهند برد، و با فوت و فن‌ها، آشنا خواهند شد، و پدیده‌ ای به نام «رمان» را، در چشم‌ اندازی گسترده تر خواهند شناخت؛ این کتاب برای خوانشگران و نویسندگان، به نوعی کارگاه داستان‌ نویسی، و داستان‌ خوانی، استتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 29061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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紀以來,小說創作者常用的寫作手法與技巧。每個篇章的一開始,作者擷取一部或者多部經典小說的片段,包含《此情可問天》、《尤里西斯》、《麥田捕手》、《蒼蠅王》等作品,作為該篇章之例示。然後再用該篇章的主題(也就是招式)來分 Literature reviews are very personal things In school you learn English Language too by which judgements of narrative uality or what I as a scientist would rather call 'narrative efficiency' can be made based on the author's effective use of structural stylistic elements — punctuation syntax and concisionThe short story is that if you want to develop original and kickass reflections of literary criticism for high school novels or plays you must write essays on this is a brilliant book that contains many uotable examples of 'generalist principles' of what makes stylistic elements of fiction reveal author intent or improve an author's impact In fairness I only read half of this in my free time to bump my IB English grades up in high school but what I learned stayed with me and gave me the confidence to construct and apply my own interpretations Needless to say it sure did help my grades It's probably the strongest contributor to the pedantic and critical scrutiny I sometimes I apply in my reviews

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The Art of Fiction Illustrated From Classic and Modern Texts小說,告訴讀者這個技巧是如何出現在小說裡,作者的手法如何,顯示的效果如何。除了開頭經典小說的例示,每個篇章裡面還提到其他很多作品,環繞著該篇章的主題招式,全面而徹底拆解小說內容,讓小說的創作、內容及意義,變得清晰透明。 I'm not in the mood for fiction at the moment I know that is a ridiculously sweeping thing to say but really I'm not I had hoped that in reading this basic introduction to literary criticism that I might have a surge of wonder and excitement see all that I was missing and rush out and bury myself in a novelIt was not to be I huffed and puffed my way from chapter to chapter feeling irritated and disgruntled Firstly by the extracts from various novels none of which appealed and then by the analysis of each piece It all felt flat and boring and either difficult to understand or blindingly obvious Yes I was feeling that ratty I did learn a bit though so there is therefore a second star in my ratingI am just grateful that in this amazing universe of books there is something for everyone and the world of fiction will be ready and waiting for when I am once again in the mood I feel it relevant to mention that most other reviews for this book are incredibly complimentary I think a lot of my negativity just comes from my current reading preferences