The Literary Conventions of Prose: novel and short story

IB English A Literature: The Literary Conventions of Prose: novel and short story

While the novel and the short story share literary conventions, it is also important to note that the two forms are different and writers of each will often use the conventions quite differently. Most teachers choose to focus on novels for their exam texts as it seems clearer for students to focus on one form of fictional prose in depth and novels are often the preferred choice. Comparing like with like is also more...


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