To keep the reader guessing and to hold the attention. Blurring these boundaries between Fiction and Non-Fiction has always been a great way for authors to make their points, yield their arguments, and to keep interest. If authors did not utilize this particular technique, most non-fiction accounts would become boring and uninteresting to a reader who did not want to learn about the particular. It is completely acceptable as long as the readers are told of the fictional aspect of the work. This is not one of the easiest techniques to use but if written correctly, creating a fictional account cannot be considered anything but excellent writing.
Since the conventional form of narrative has been perfected by writers in such a way that it is easily accessible and enjoyed by the mainstream community. Writers were prompted to push boundaries, formally and stylistically, to create new innovative ways to tell a story. However, experimental fiction does not necessarily aim to tell a story but uses form, mood and style to create an ‘effect.’ This effect may intend to evoke the reader’s emotions, or to simply oppose conventional norms of literature. The problem with experimental literature is that it draws away from the act of storytelling itself. Therefore it is a writers’ job to find innovative ways to craft a story, without pushing boundaries for the sake of shock value, or to play devil’s advocate.
As stated above, fan fiction is essentially a story that is based on elements of an existing work. The extent that the borrowed works are used can vary from the story taking place in the same fictional universe as the original story to an entire scene that is told from another character’s point of view. Because there are no guidelines to writing fan fiction, there are often stories that lack plot, grammar, or structure, but even though the quality of writing may not be the best in all cases, fan written stories will alway be aligned with what fans want to read (Schaffner 617). In fan fiction, writers can fill plot holes, explore the world the way another character would see it, change things they did not like from the source materi... ... middle of paper ... ...2009): 32-35. OmniFile Full Text Select (H.W.
The first is that private copies will be made for personal use but that the fair deal will be ignored. Although, this is not in violation of copyright laws, as long as it does not affect the value of the work. The second issue is probably the most serious cause for concern. This is that someone might try to profit from reselling articles. This is not so much a threat for scholarly journal articles, but is definitely a problem when people take movies, songs and books from the internet.
Fan fiction writers work under the assumption that their work is read only by other fans, and therefore, they presume their readers have knowledge of the original work where they base their articles (Hetcher, Steven1869-1935). This emerging behavior has become common with the readers of fictional work. However, fanfic remains a young in the literary family and its right to exist are still in dispute in some quarters. By now a lot of people outside the odd world of fandom are aware of fan fiction existence, though no one is definite on whether to treat it as a literary genre or just an unusually entertaining hobby. They know that there are exceedingly many stories that are reader generated hovering about on the Internet based on characters from books, TV and movies.
This constitutes change. Historically, change is slow to come. The negative and judgmental reactions to Foundation and science fiction come from those who resist change, however unfounded their criticism may be. Science fiction is the one branch of literature that accepts the fact of change, the inevitability of change. Without the initial assumption that there will be change, there is no such thing as science fiction, for nothing is science fiction unless it includes events played out against a social or physical background significantly different from our own.
I don't know why anyone reads mine, it's really not that good and not as interesting as some of the others out there. Though I am flattered when people tell me they do enjoy it. I also think they're crazy, but that's not the point...My friends do theirs as a journal of sorts...but I try not to write anything too incredibly personal." I think many people like Jim want their readers to think that they just do it for themselves and not for any real reasons. However if this were true, no blogger would write their journals online in the first place.
I expected a greater range of interpretations of the crew, similar to fan art of characters from novels or more specifically the podcast Welcome to Night Vale, which vary greatly. Instead, Cabin Pressure fan art is closer to that of television or film, and is heavily base... ... middle of paper ... ... It is both within canon, as the characters are portrayed as they are in the original and crashing is physically possible in their world, but also breaks canon since John Finnemore is not going to kill off the entire cast. Fan-made material is a way to expand Cabin Pressure from audio-only to visual mediums, whether it be a drawing or video. And I for one, am happy with the results, even when they make me tear up.
Yet this philosophy, according to Bradbury, completely ignores the benefits of knowledge. Yes, knowledge can cause disharmony, but in many ways, knowledge of the past, which is recorded in books, can prevent man from making similar mistakes in the present and future. The society envisioned by Bradbury in Fahrenheit 451 is often compared to Huxley's Brave New World. Though both works definitely have an anti-government theme, this is not the core idea of Bradbury's novel. As Beatty explains in part one, government control of people's lives was not a conspiracy of dictators or tyrants, but a consensus of everyday people.
But what if a friend gives it to me? I think that’s lending. It’s like borrowing a book you want to read. ’‘I wouldn’t steal software, if I were one out of ten. Therefore, I am against the anti-piracy beliefs and the punishment for violation of pirating because of corporations using region locks, Digital Rights Management aka DRM (polluting any form of media forcing you to agree to the terms of service and provide a legitimate serial you need to buy, before the CD boots), fines/jail time, lously quality media, and counting the heads of the