In this case be expresses the relationship of either essential or incidental equivalence or identity John is a man; John is a musician or specifies an essential or incidental attribute honey is sweet; Susan is angry.
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So, writers choose different emotions, stories, facts and fiction, their imagination and creativity to illustrate different genres with words. Not every writer is equipped to deal with every genre.
Some are romance writers, while others excel in fiction. A blank page is like a canvas and a writer can paint any picture. Romance, thriller, fictions are some of the well-known genres, which have seem some of the best authors or screenplays, with classics as well as contemporary marvels.
As readers, we also have our favourite genres as it is something we like to read and remember. But, in this article, I wanted to talk about those three genres, which according to me are the toughest ones to write from the perspective of a writer.
I guess all the three are related to the imagery, light and sound.
These are feelings, which lies deep down and words have to be powerful yet soulful enough to evoke them. I guess many of you might not like to read about monsters under the bed or a pair of self invisible eyes following you.
But, those who like including meI know it has its own thrill. The idea of horror is not a two-headed monster or a lady, clad in black or white saree, floating in the air. Rather, for me, it is the fear of the unknown.
A regular Monday morning can be scary, if you hear a steam whistle in your kitchen, when you are living alone. Well, horror is not just confined to the darkness of the night, but can happen in the broad daylight too. Words in a book should be descriptive enough to give you the eerie feeling. I guess, Stephen King is one of those gifted writers, who have given horror books a new dimension.
There are quite a many Bengali authors, who have excelled this this genre too. Coming to a complete opposite genre, I feel, this is one of the most difficult art in the world. Making someone laugh aloud is truly an expertise. Humorous comic books in any language surely do justice to this forte.
Nonte Fonte, Gablu and many more have always been our prized possessions in our childhood, but then they are supported by funny illustrations. It is not easy to just use words and make someone laugh because readers will only enjoy if they understand and identify the context.
A writer has to to build upon the emotion gradually and hit with the humor at the climax, which is quite challenging. Hopefully, we will see more of those rib-tickling comedy novels from talented authors in the future.
Finally, a genre, which has its own niche of both writers and readers. Not everybody can handle sarcasm.Genres in academic writing Introduction.
Students are asked to write many different kinds of texts. Depending on your subject, these could be essays, laboratory reports, case-studies, book reviews, reflective diaries, posters, research proposals, and so on and are normally referred to as genres.
This is a list of genres of literature and entertainment, excluding genres in the visual arts. Genre is the term for any category of literature or other forms of art or entertainment, e.g. music, whether written or spoken, audio or visual, based on some set of stylistic criteria.
Genres are formed by conventions that change over time as new genres are invented and the use of old ones are.
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Genres in academic writing Introduction. Students are asked to write many different kinds of texts. Depending on your subject, these could be essays, laboratory reports, case-studies, book reviews, reflective diaries, posters, research proposals, and so on and are normally referred to as genres.