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Thrice told tales / Catherine Lewis ; illustrated by Joost Swarte.

Lewis, Catherine. (Author).
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  • 9 of 9 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781416957843 :
  • ISBN: 1416957847 :
  • Physical Description: 136 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, c2013.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Story -- Plot -- Metafiction -- The lenses of psychic distance -- Immediacy -- Irony -- Red herring -- Suspension of disbelief -- Names -- Leitmotif -- Avant-Garde -- Cause and effect -- Stream of consciousness -- Legend -- Vocabulary and syntax -- Showing and telling -- Dialogue -- Interior monologue -- Setting -- Sentimentality -- Title -- Mechanics -- Transitions -- Foreshadowing -- Insertion -- Allegory -- Epigram -- Fairy Tale -- Farce -- F__K -- Intertextuality -- Keyboard digression -- Picaro -- Sex in the story -- Revision -- Translation -- Style -- Premise -- Flashback -- Coincidence -- Formula -- Clichâe -- Sentence diagram -- Hero (not) -- Description -- Repetition -- Prologue -- Unreliable narrators -- Simile, Metaphor, and Conceit -- Frame story -- Detail -- Dialect, Ain't it? -- Epistolary novel -- Diction -- Symbolism -- Point of view -- Beginning -- Suspense -- Stereotype -- Exposition -- Research -- Deus ex machina -- Character -- Pathetic fallacy -- Bildungsroman -- Denouement -- Fable -- Parable -- Myth -- Mise-en-Scáene -- Roman áa Clef -- Ambiguity -- Verisimilitude -- Catharsis -- Allusion -- Archetype -- Oxymoron -- Structure -- Tale -- Short short story -- Character -- Character presentation (indirect method) -- Character presentation (direct method) -- Narrator -- Subplot -- Grotesque -- Science fiction -- Humors -- Tragedy -- Epilogue -- Tour de Force -- Introduction, preface, foreword -- Appendix.
Citation/References Note: Bklst 09/15/2013
SLJ Sep 2013
PW 07/08/2013
Kirkus 07/15/2013
Summary, etc.: "Can one nursery rhyme explain the secrets of the universe? Well, not exactly--but it can help you understand the difference between bildungsroman, epigram, and epistolary."--dust jacket.

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