Elements of Fiction in "Chronicle of a Death Foretold"
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This paper provides an analysis of Gabriel Garcia Marquez' novella "Chronicle of a Death Foretold'. The analysis explains how Garcia Marquez' story is enhanced and how the theme of the dual nature of love and violence is reinforced by the author using the seven elements of fiction: 1) plot and structure; 2) point of view; 3) characters/characterization; 4) setting; 5) imagery; 6) language; and 7) theme.
From the Paper:"According to John Schilb in "Making Literature Matter", there are seven elements of fiction that not only serve to add impact to a story, but also serve as a useful framework for critical analysis. These are plot and structure, point of view, characters, characterization, setting, imagery, language and theme. In Gabriel Garcia Marquez' novella, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold", the author employs these elements to tell the story or chronicle the events of a murder that occurred when he was a young..."
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