Guidelines for Reading and Analyzing Literature Literature is classified by genre (type or kind). Although critics disagree on how to define and label different genres, the three basic forms of literature are prose, drama, and poetry. Most works we read as literature are imaginative (fictional), but some nonimaginative (nonfictional) works are read as literature as well. Nonfiction prose includes history, biography, autobiography, religious and philosophical writing, literary criticism, political tracts, travel literature, and essays on many other subjects. These broad genres are classified in many different ways, according to their form and content, into "modes" or "kinds" or "subgenres." Some subcategories of fiction, drama and film include romantic comedy, satire, mystery, horror, fantasy, science fiction, magical realism, bildungsroman (stories of initiation into adult life), psychological novels or plays, domestic romance or tragedy, historical fiction or drama.
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Literature: Literature Library Glencoe Literature offers a collection of hardcover books that allows you to extend the study of literature to your choice of full-length novels and plays. Each Glencoe Literature Library book consists of a complete novel or play accompanied by several related readings, such as short stories, poems, essays, or informational articles. To order one or more Glencoe Literature Library book, please contact our customer service department at email@example.com, or by calling 1-800-334-7344 (between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Click on a Glencoe Literature Library title below for a brief description of the novel or play, a list of its related readings, and a link to its individual study guide. Across Five Aprils Irene Hunt The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque . . . Animal Farm George Orwell The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin Top Bearstone Will Hobbs The Friends Rosa Guy
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