Genre Theory PowerPoint Presentation

Genre Theory PowerPoint Presentation

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And the roots of Horror. Fiction Genre . Evolves over History. 1. Prose . 2. Novel . 3. Romance. Gothic (Terror). *. Horror . (. Slasher. , . Psychological. ,. scifi. , fantasy). Prose vs. Poetry. Define- Non- . ID: 390583

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Genre Theory

And the roots of Horror

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Fiction Genre Evolves over History

1. Prose

2. Novel

3. Romance

Gothic (Terror)

*

Horror

(

Slasher

,

Psychological

,

scifi

, fantasy)

Slide3

Prose vs. Poetry

Define- Non- rhyme Poetry has a longer history Ex. Epic of GilgameshLink to human’s oral tradition.Unclear ideas of fiction/ non-fiction.

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Novel

FictionRepresents characters and life with realismConsiderable length and complexity Often sequential Formerly Italian “Novella” or new idea (1375)

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Romanticism vs. Classicism

Classicism

Name given to the Greeks by Renaissance thinkers in the 14

th

century. Both Renaissance and Greek in general valued balance and order.

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Romanticism

Not ‘love’ but all strong emotions

Valued imagination over reason

True beauty is expression

and emotion rather

than perfection

Grotesque can be beautiful

Eg

. Jane Eyre’s love (romance) vs. Taliban in Shakespeare (pre romance)

Slide8

Gothic

English author 

Horace Walpole

, with his 1764 novel 

The Castle of Otranto

.

Motifs:

Mysterious. Madness

Darkness Decay Doubles.

Torture, Truth and

Terror.

Hereditary Curses. Haunted Houses.

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Gothic: ArchitectureEchoes Medieval

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Horror vs. terror

Terror is a main characteristic of Gothic literature.

It refers to awaiting fear– Suspense, Anxiety, Anticipation, Dread.

Poe’s “The Raven” is a classic example of Terror

Horror includes terror but it also has revulsion and disgust.

It includes the moment of revulsion after the fear or frightening moment is fully realized and understood.

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Genre…It’s Complicated

Essential ideas stay the same (

ie

. Revulsion in horror)

S

pecific motifs will change…

with different authors

over time

Overlap with a different genre.

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Music: Rock and Roll Time: 1960 vs. 1970

http://youtu.be/tpzV_0l5ILI: Elvishttp://youtu.be/pJV81mdj1ic: Hendrix

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Music Genre: Same time different sub-Genre

Hendrix (blues)http://youtu.be/TcYOy6I6OR8Mommas and Poppas (folk)http://youtu.be/dN3GbF9B

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Horror Overlaps with other Genres

Science fiction (

Alien

)

Slasher

(

Scream

)

Psychological (

The Shining

)

Fantasy (

Drag me to Hell

)

http

://msibsen.weebly.com/unit-1-deep-viewing-

horror.html

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Motifs of Horror

Horror is a current

genre and is changing as we write it.

We

must create our own set of motifs

based on the examples.

This

is what literary critics have been doing!

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Horror Examples

Box Social

Misery

“The Medicine”

“No Mercy”

“Twelve Roses”

“The Brass Tea Pot”

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Generating Genre Sheet Summary

Observations regarding Characters

Observations regarding narrator/ irony/ figurative

language

Observations regarding media promotions (posters/ covers/ symbols/ camera angels/ sound)

Observations regarding Themes and

motifs

*** What are 5 things they all share***

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