What are the two literary forms?
We’ll begin at the roots with the four major literary forms: nonfiction prose, fiction prose, poetry, and drama. Nonfiction prose is literature that is written in ordinary, non-metrical language and communicates facts or opinions about reality.
What are the literary works of Japanese literature?
10 Japanese Books You Need to Read
- Almost Transparent Blue (1976) by Ryu Murakami.
- Death in Midsummer and Other Stories (1953) by Yukio Mishima.
- The Diving Pool (1990) by Yoko Ogawa.
- Kafka on the Shore (2002) by Haruki Murakami.
- Kokoro (1914) by Natsume Soseki.
- Seven Japanese Tales (1963) by Jun’ichirō Tanizaki.
- Snow Country (1937) by Yasunari Kawabata.
Why Philippines literature is important?
It gives nostalgic feelings and enjoyment to re-examine the comedies, tragedies and inspiration of the beautiful Filipino poems, stories, essays and plays. Going over them is a very wonderful experience.
What do you expect to learn in 21st century literature?
Literature education teaches one to appreciate various forms of writing and hopefully, trains one to write well. In the 21st century, forms of communication have multiplied, making the written word all the more important. After all, we all message, email, blog, post on social media in our daily lives.
What is the considered the world’s first novel?
The Tale of Genji
What is the shortest form of Japanese poetry?
Haiku, unrhymed poetic form consisting of 17 syllables arranged in three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively. The haiku first emerged in Japanese literature during the 17th century, as a terse reaction to elaborate poetic traditions, though it did not become known by the name haiku until the 19th century.
What are the basic elements of a literary pieces under the Japanese regime?
The basic elements of the Philippines literary pieces under the Japanese Regime which was between 1941 to 1945 are: 1. The major Filipino poetry themes at the time include nationalism, country, love, faith, religion, arts, and life in barrios.