ENG 1121 D430, Spring 2020

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  • Week of April 27th
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    cecelia melton

    I agree, I also feel that genre is depending on the audience..For example, each audience decides what type of genre is then going to be used. If there is a serious message that you want to get across or if you just want to tell a story then the types of genres are going to be different. It also depends on the topic and who your topic is directed too.

    2.No, different genres require different strategies, it also depends on the message that you are trying to get across.

    3. Yes, the author voice is going to change between genres, because in each type of writing the author is giving us a different persona or different side of us. For example, Stephen King writes mostly in the genre fiction horror, so when he is to write in the genre that is informative non fiction we are going to see in a different light.

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