Where did Camus define "the novel as the place where the human being is abandoned to other human beings"?
Is there a term for stories that act to teach the reader (not the characters) a lesson without the use fantastical elements?
Can all forms of drama be categorised under the four types 'tragedy', 'comedy', 'tragicomedy' and 'melodrama'?
Does 'literary fiction' neccessarily have to be reality-based, or can it have fantastical themes/elements?
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