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Theory of Experience, Observation and Imagination in Narrative Art of Fiction  

Shahaji Mastud.

Assistant Professor

D.A.B.Naik College Chikhali

Shivaji University Kolhapur

Maharashtra, India.

shahajimastud@gmail.com

 

 

Abstract:

The creative insight of writer is certainly unpredictable; writer uses much stuff of mental processes in his writing. Literature is extremely self-governing with various expressions of human behavior and nature. In human brain, there are many faculties that promote the skill of writing. After the enlightenment period, literature was written with human imagination and become very popular in the romantic period. Moreover, many famous fictions projected with imaginative realm of shared human experience. The work, which makes social experience more moving and immediate, is really superior work of fiction. While telling an absorbing story, author conveys judgment of human nature and society in brief. From this theoretical combination, a new framework emerges that gives greater weight to the connections between experience, observation and imagination, and that may help to guide new forms of democratic writing practice. I am convinced that these are the methods dealing with experience, observation and imagination as powerful force of human emotion used in narrative art of fiction.

Keywords

Experience, Observation, Imagination, Creative, Mental, Writing.

journal of english

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