Now long and short works of fiction have different characteristics beyond simply the length of the work. think of a short story that you like and a longer work (novel or novella) that you like. you can use the story and novella from this unit if no other works come to mind quickly. discuss the elements of each work that made it enjoyable to read. what relationship did the form of the work (short story, novella, or novel) have in making it an enjoyable read? what elements of fiction were strongest in the work, and how did they impact your enjoyment of the story? compare the two works you chose. how are they representative of short fiction versus longer forms of fiction?
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I would choose a fairytale or fable for the short story and discuss the way it was enjoyable because of its simplicity, whimsy, and moral that should clear through the story without excessive twists or turns. Essentially, discuss the benefits of a simple and straightforward plot. As for the long work, choose a novel or novella that discusses a large topic within a complex storyline. For this I would recommend a book such as 1984, Fahrenheit 451, The Barcode Rebellion, or The Outsiders. All of these are great books that discuss various subjects of importance while creating a complex and enjoyable plot for the reader to follow. Shorter fiction tends to be a bit more lighthearted or whimsical than longer fictions like the books I recommended. (This is based in my opinion of longer versus shorter fiction, and there are outliers to my generalization, of course)