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Vol. 3 No. 4 (2021): Volume 3, Issue 4, Year 2021
Articles

Text Creation in Novel Narrative

Sudalaimani P
Department of Tamil, Kumaraguru College of Liberal Arts and Science, Coimbatore- 641 049, Tamilnadu, India

Published 2021-09-15

Keywords

  • Novel Narrative,
  • Exposition,
  • Novels

How to Cite

P, S. (2021). Text Creation in Novel Narrative. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(4), 83-90. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt21411

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Abstract

Exposition (SASATSGS) is a knowledge-based field used to explain the various elements and functions of story description. Morphology is the basis of exposition.  The basis of exposition is the subtle units invisible to the language. The expositioners have developed some basic definitions for the creation of panual. The narrative or the story can be constructed by combining the events with the narrative. Through this, the narrator easily reaches the reader.  Story programs can be integrated into time and causality. Novelists often rely on programs to build stories. Some people set up story shows in a linear manner in chronological order.  Modern novelists have set up programs through causal communication. In this manner, the programmes have been dissolved. The reader with reading experience learns the causal connection and understands the story. Sundara Ramasamy, Jayamohan and Shobashakti have successfully set up the programmes of the story in a time-based series. The reader who reads their novels easily identifies the operating system of the story. In Nakulan's novel Dogs, a causal sequence has been adopted to coordinate the programmes. The reader who reads this could not immediately understand the flow of the story.  They are a slightly difficult series.  Charu Nivedita's novel 'Dekam' and MG Suresh's 'Spider' are in a causal sequence. Sundara Ramasamy and Shobashakti are seen in their novels in the same programme. Novels are divided into small elements based on the definition review and innovative results are available.

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