Course 2—Lecture - 7

LitCourse 2
The Novel: A mirror of the world


Literary Realism


Continuous rather than episodic storylines.
Linear time, moving from past to present.
Logical progression of events, not dependent on sudden intervention or coincidence.


Convincing: motivations are consistent and obvious.
Coherent: thoughts and actions grow organically out of what comes before.
Multi-dimensional: rounded rather than flat or one-dimensional.

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