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These include TV shows, news media, and advertising
a) drama
b) fiction
c) media
d) novel

forms of communication that reach large numbers of people
a) novella
b) media
c) narrative
d) stories

a spoken or written account of connected events; a story. The telling of a story.
a) media
b) nonfiction
c) short story
d) narrative

an extended work of fiction
a) novel
b) novella
c) short story
d) narrative

They have a sweeping story that spans over long periods of time, involve intricate subplots, and develop in a wide range of characters
a) short story
b) drama
c) novel
d) stories

They have a sweeping story that spans over long periods of time, involve intricate subplots, and develop in a wide range of characters
a) novel
b) novella
c) media
d) drama

an extended work of fiction.
a) short story
b) novel
c) novella
d) drama

Most take place over a short period of time and involve a limited number of characters.
a) novel
b) fiction
c) drama
d) novella

longer than a short story but shorter than a novel
a) novella
b) poem
c) drama
d) stories

These include essays, autobiographies, news articles, speeches, biographies, and feature articles
a) fiction
b) media
c) nonfiction
d) stories

a writing about real people, events, and places.
a) nonfiction
b) fiction
c) narrative
d) drama

These include ballads, sonnets, narrative poems, and lyric poems.
a) short story
b) poetry
c) drama
d) novel

a type of literature in which words are chosen and arranged to create certain effects and to revoke emotional responses in readers.
a) fiction
b) drama
c) poetry
d) nonfiction

These include novels, short stories, and novellas.
a) drama
b) stories
c) poetry
d) narrative

a brief work of fiction that can usually be read in one sitting. It often focuses on a single event or incident and develops only a few characters in depth
a) short story
b) novel
c) novella
d) media

narrative texts that spring from an author’s imagination. It includes many subgenres, such as mystery and romance.
a) drama
b) fiction
c) media
d) stories

literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people
a) nonfiction
b) narrative
c) fiction
d) media

literature that is intended to be performed.
a) drama
b) novel
c) short story
d) nonfiction

These include comedies, tragedies, and farces.
a) fiction
b) media
c) poetry
d) drama

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