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For questions pertaining to terms used in the study of literature, including the names of the genres, tropes, terms used for analysis, and so forth.

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It is clear from web pages such as this one and this one that (unlike "sonnet" or "limerick" or "tanka") the term "grook" or "gruk" is not a widely used term for a recognizable verse form but rather a …
answered Dec 23 '17 by kimchi lover
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One type of novel written by L. M. Alcott was the suspense novel. The wikipedia article on her A Long Fatal Love Chase describes the plot ...a discontented maiden who lives on an English island w …
answered Sep 8 '17 by kimchi lover