Literary Devices in Poems and Elements of Realistic Fiction with definitions and examples



hello beers and how are you all today we are to going to talk about realistic fictions and today's topic and today's lesson in English world and we gonna start with the definition of realistic fiction so let's go ahead realistic fiction is a genre which consists of stories which could have occurred to people or animals in a believable settings so this is the definition of realistic fictions which says like it's a genre which consists of stories which could have occurred to people or animals in a believable setting so we'll go ahead and look at the characteristics of realistic fiction which is trionic fiction and realistic fiction stories tend to play take place in in the present or recent past there is resemblance to real life fictional characters within those stories need reacting similarly to real life there is an everyday language use the plot contains conflict or tension as well as resolution narrative structure is presented in a time ordered sequence stories depict our world and our society so what it says here is realistic fiction stories takes place in present or recent past that those stories which are called realistic fiction can take place in the present or the recent past there is also resemblance to real life because they they occurred – it's in a believable setting or it can occur to animal or people so where where it will occur in a real life so there will be a resemblance to the real life fictional characters within the stories react similarly to real life like everyday life we eat we sleep we go to school so whatever we do every day they do that the same thing there is an everyday language use there is no any special language every day regular language we use in every day with our friends and with our family so that is the language they use in that realistic fiction and the plot contains conflict or tension as well as a resolution you will see there is a problem and the plot there is a conflict or if there is a tension as well as by the end there will be resolution to that conflict or that tension which was occurred in the plot then there is a narrative structure which is presented in a time ordered sequence you will see like there is this the narrative structure is in a sequence what comes first and then the second the third and the last stories depict our world in our society these stories have some message for us and for our society so it basically it is based on our society and worldly Affairs then we gonna come our towards elements of poem and we will talk about what is poetry first so the literary work which is expression of feeling and ideas is giving intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm this is the definition of poetry because we're going to do the elements of primes over first we should know what is poetry so the literary work any work of literature we call it written literary work so in that literary work the expression of feeling the way you express the feeling and ideas which has been given the intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm is called poetry so the elements of poems are poem in our stanza rhyme rhythm so we're gonna look at them upon one by one first we're gonna start with the stanza it has fixed number of lines and has a rhyming pattern which repeats with new stanza and it is not not more than 12 lines so guys you have seen maybe some points and you have read points in your life and your school in your college and your university so they have the the stanzas have the fixed number of Mines you will see the fixed number and has a rhyming pattern and you will see the pattern by the end of the the the run I mean the stanza there is a rhyming pattern and it repeats in each stanza in each news channel so they it will be there so the stanza is not more than 12 lines and if we talk about rhyme so that it is a pattern of words that contain similar sounds which cheer and exams like by these are the examples like if you see the upper upper stanza it will have like and it in the bottom stanza it has bike so the pattern of words has similar sounds like bike and it's it also shares the song so that like and bike has similar sounds rhythm rhythm refers to the musical beat of a word or phrase the way the syllable in the word are stressed or a stressed like a normal language everyday language use we use some stress we give stress to the words to make emphasis to something same day we have musical beat or verb which gives the emphasis on the word of phrase the vedas level in the word are stressed or unstressed so this beat this rhythm this gives the stress or unstressed kind of structure in the musical way and it is called rhythm so we gotta move towards the electronic devices and if we talk about metaphor simile similar imagery preferred personification and petition there are many but we are going to talk about main important literary devices and poems metaphor simile imagery personification and reputation so let's move on to metaphor metaphor it is a hidden comparison between two things which are unrelated but share some common characteristics what is metaphor it is a hidden comparison you cannot see it it is not obvious in the point but between it is between two things which are unrelated but share some common characteristics the examples are my friend is a black sheep of the family she is an angel so you see how it is the comparison they are not saying like she is in no sense she is like you can take out the meaning out of an angel you it is not mentioned directly what she is it is hidden she is an angel maybe she's an innocent maybe she is very beautiful you understand so my friend is a black sheep of the family so they hide the meaning under these words so dig this is the comparison between two family the two things my friend is a black sheep of the family and there is another example she is an angel what is similarly similarly is a figure of speech which involves the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind so what we are doing here it is a comparison of one thing with another thing it's a simple comparison we are comparing one thing with another thing of different kind so the other thing would be a different kind for example as brave as a lion my brother is as brave as a loin so I'm comparing my brother with another thing which is line like my brother is brave as a line he is as cunning as a fox so he whoever he is maybe he's my friend he is as clever as a fox of York comparing my friend with the Fox their baby was as cute as a button their baby was as cute as a button so we are comparing the baby with the button let's move on to the imaginary it is the formation of mental images figures of thing the author's use of description and words to create pictures in the readers mind so what do we call my imagery imagery is the formation of mental images you when you read something you start imagining pictures imagining the scenarios you see what's happening you know like it's you are there so the author's use of description and the words it creates pictures in the readers mind if you are reading a book you will see yourself as if you are there you will feel everything you will see it's happening whatever is happening is happening in front of you so for example juicy sweet soft damned dark aroma if the if the author is talking about the coffee the coffee the aroma of the black coffee was spread in the room so you will feel that aroma you know that sweet smell of her perfume you you would feel that you are smelling that sweet term a smell of that perfume the room was dim or the night was dark you would imagine it definitely when you are reading such descriptions such verbs you imagine you you imagine the pictures in your mind so let's move on to the personification it is a pink an idea or an animal which is given which gives human attribution a thing an idea or animal is given human attribution so for example the Sun is smiled at us so the Sun can't get imagine sunny snarling to us no but it is personification you make you give this personification or an idea like if it's a human all the human attributes which human beings do the Sun cannot smile all human smiles only human can walk only human can shout only human can beg all those attributes attributes which are related to human beings are given to any animal or thing is called personification so the Sun is smiled at us so this is here smile is personification because we have given something which human beings usually do to attain to to the thing yeah so the Sun smiled at us the wind shouted so how can you say it Vince shouted wind isn't shout but the night was so quiet we heard the vent shouted her flowers were begging for water so her flowers were so dried that they were begging for water so this is the personification you um you start imagining like really the flowers were begging for water they were dried there the lady was not giving water to the flowers so this is called personification you put all the attribution which are related to human to the to the things up to the animal so let's move on to the another literary device which is repetition it is a literary device that repeats the same words phrases a few times to make an idea clearer for example stopping by woods on a snowy evening by Emily Dixon this is a very nice poem um some phrases some stanza some verse from her poem where you can see like the divine this literary device in which the same words have been repeated so you can see like here but I have promised to keep and miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep in these just two verses two phrases this these two have been repeated again again to make the idea clear let's move on to our end of the chapter and of the lesson and you are free as Birds you can go and practice what are the literary devices what are a personification metaphor simile and repetition and tell me all about it in the comment section and if you want me to make another lesson 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