Short Answers and some other topics of Literary Forms and Movements were collected from previous examinations are as under:
Short Answers of Literary Forms and Movements
Different Kinds of Meter Used in Poetry
Kinds of Novel
Musical Devices Used in Poetry
Muses of Art
These Literary Forms and Movements’ topics explained and answered time to time on nazarbazmi.com and in this post I have collected all these links together as follows:
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What is a round character?
A round character is a complex and dynamic. In this character improvement and change occurs during the course of work .
What is a soliloquy?
Soliloquy is a device use in drama in which a character speaks to himself or herself (thinking loud) by showing his feelings or thoughts to audience.
What is a Shakespearian sonnet?
Shakespearian sonnet consists of three quatrains and final couplet, written in iambic pentameter and having rhyme scheme abab cdcd efef gg.
What is a Lyric?
Lyric is a short poem in which poet’s own feelings and emotions are expressed normally having musical quality to sing.
What is the difference between metaphor and simile?
A figurative comparison between two things by using the word “like” or “as” is a simile and direct figurative comparison without “like or as” is a metaphor. “Her cheeks like rose” is a simile and “all the world is a stage” is a metaphor.
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In this type of novel the story is narrated through letters sent by the observer or by those who participating in the events. Example 18th century’s novel ‘Richardson’s Pamela and Clarissa etc.
In this type of novels the cruel passions and supernatural terror is presented. Example: Monastery or Haunted Castle and “The Castle of Oranto” written by Horace Walpole (1764) etc.
This type of novel set in particular historical period and describes the manner and event of that period. characters may be imaginary or real persons. Example: Novels on world war one and “Love Letters between a Nobleman and His Sister” by “Aphra Behn (1684)” etc.
In this type of novel the character’s inner feeling, ideas, spiritual and mental development is concentrated rather than external actions. Example: To the light house by Virginia Woolf etc.
This type of novel consist of series of adventures happen to the hero. It is usually episodic and with a simple plot.
This type of novel is designed to describe and evoke tender feelings and sensitivity. The other name of this type novel is Mawkish.