Kamis, 16 Februari 2017

Narrative Text
I. DEFINITION
    Narrative text is an account of a sequence of events, usually in chronological order. Relating to kinds of text, which student has to complete studying in high school, narrative is a text which retells the story or previous experiences. 
II. PURPOSE
    The purpose of the text is to entertain or amuse readers or listeners about the story.
III. GENERIC STRUCTURES
a. Orientation : the part that introducing who and what is involved in the story.
b. Complication : the part that tells the beginning of the participants's problems.
c. Resolution : the part that the problems is resolved.
d. Re-orientation/coda : it is optional, the closing remark to the story (moral lesson or advice).
IV. TYPES
a. Legend
   Legend is a narrative of human actions that are perceived both by teller and listeners to take place within human history. Typically, a legend is a short, traditional and historicized narrative performed in a conversational mode. Some define legend as folktale.
b. Fable
    Fabel is a short allegorical narrative making a moral point, traditionally by means of animal characters who speak and act like human beings.
c. Fairy tale
   Fairy tale is an English language term for a type of short narrative corresponding to the French phrase "conte de fée". A fairy tale typically features such folkloric characters as fairies, goblins, elves, trolls, dwarves, giants or gnomes, and usually magic or enchantments.
d. Science Fiction
    Science fiction is fiction based upon some imagined development of science, or upon the extrapolation of a tendency in society. Science fiction is that class of prose narrative treating of a situation that could not arise in the world we know.

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