Writers vs. Readers

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● Humorous Literary Genres
● Writers vs. Readers
● Literature with Fan Bases
● Nerdfighters and DFTBA:
“Don’t Forget To Be Awesome”
● Two Literary Conundrums:
● FOUR MODES OF LITERATURE
● Northrup Frye’s Anatomy of Criticism
● SPRING = ROMANCE
● SUMMER = COMEDY
● AUTUMN = MIMETIC/REALISM
● WINTER = TRAGEDY, IRONY
● Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons
● So What Does This Mean to Humor?
● A Mode Change from Comedy to Tragedy
● Another Mode Change from Comedy to Tragedy
● Spoiler Alert:
● The Harry Potter Guide to the U.K. :
● THE VALUE OF HUMOR FOR THE FOUR DIFFERENT MODES
● Why A Journey?
● ROMANCE continued
● COMEDY (summer)
● There are Two Main Types of Comedies, 1. Comedy of Manners
● Comedy of Manners (CONTINUED)
● “Tragedy of Humours,” and also
“Tragedy of Manners”
● PICARESQUE NOVELS ARE ALSO
Comedies of Manner
● Picaresque Novels (CONTINUED)
● Type 2: Comedy of Humors
● Alazons and Eirons as Humors Characters
● Quotes from Famous Authors:
● Mimetic or “Realistic” Humor (Fall)
● Mimetic or “Realistic” Humor (CONTINUED)
● Personification
● TRAGIC, IRONIC, and SATIRICAL HUMOR (winter)
● A Satirical Example Using Benign Humor
● Tragedy, Irony, and Satire (CONTINUED)
● CONTEMPORARY INFLUENCES ON LITERARY MODES
● NEARLY EVERY BOOK THAT MAKES IT TO A BEST-SELLER LIST CONTAINS SOME HUMOR
● HUMOROUS ALLUSIONS
● TODAY’S PROBLEM NOVELS ARE WHAT USED TO BE CALLED “BILDUNGSROMAN”
● FILMS AND THEIR RAISING OF EXPECTATIONS
● COMIC BOOKS, VIDEO GAMES, MANGA, GRAPHIC NOVELS, and FILMS
● Don Nilsen’s Books about
Humor and Literature
● Two Important Literary Journals
for High School Teachers
● PERSONAL INVOLVEMENT
● ALAN Workshop at
National Council of Teachers of English
● How It Should Have Ended:

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humorous literary genres by don l. f. nilsen and alleen pace nilsen writers vs. readers literature with fan bases trekkies nerdfighters riorden meyers rowling nerdfighters and dftba don’t forget to be awesome http www.youtube.com watch v fyqi۷۹ayfxu two literary conundrums four modes of literature modes can be communicated through all kinds of symbols as illustrated by the giuseppe archimboldo paintings from the ۱۵ s where he used plants to represent the four seasons of the year. even though weather patterns differ around the world the four seasons spring summer fall and winter are recognized and celebrated as universal symbols of our overall life experiences. this inspired northrup frye to divide different kinds of literary works into four modes symbolized by the four seasons. northrup frye’s anatomy of criticism spring romance symbolically romance is connected to spring babies sunrise and other new beginnings. the popular culture ties romance to love while in literary criticism it is tied in with a quest and exaggerations in which the fears of nightmares are changed to the happiness of daydreams. summer comedy symbolically comedy is connected to summer youth bright and active parts of the day and other happy representations of vigor and strength. the popular culture ties comedy in with smiles and laughter while literary criticism ties it to the optimistic idea that chaos and disruption will be changed to order and hope. autumn mimetic realism mimetic is cognate with remind and mime. it refers to realism but can also be applied to fantasy. it is less optimistic than romantic and comedic writing and symbolically ties to adulthood or middle age and to evening and a decrease in energy vigor or prestige. winter tragedy irony tragedy is connected to old age winter night time fear discouragement darkness and death. it lacks optimism and is filled with irony and pessimism. the pop culture idea is that audiences come away from tragedies e.g. king lear with renewed faith in the human spirit’s ability to survive. antonio vivaldi’s the four seasons spring https www.youtube.com watch v ۶lapfm۳dgag summer presto https www.youtube.com watch v njtfg۱mmmwq autumn https www.youtube.com watch v q۸an jwnrja winter https www.youtube.com watch v p۱qnofdmyga so what does this mean to humor let’s brainstorm and see if we can figure out what kinds of animals weather food or geological formations an author would likely use if he or she wanted to establish one of these four modes. try thinking of examples from television film or literature that clearly fit into one of the four categories. then let’s look a little deeper and think of examples that move from one mode to the other. the phrase a happy ending shows that readers expect modes to change. see the next slide for a more dramatic example. a mode change from comedy to tragedy a good example occurs in shakespeare’s romeo and juliet when mercutio is wounded in a sword fight and romeo says courage man the hurt cannot be much. mercutio responds no ‘tis not so deep as a well nor so wide as a chuch door but ‘tis enough ‘twill serve. ask for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man. another mode change from comedy to tragedy dr. seuss’s the lorax begins with beautiful pastel colored illustrations of a pleasant village and surrounding meadow. but as the story progresses and people get greedier and greedier about harvesting what the trees produce the pictures get darker and darker and so does the future of the city. it’s enough to just thumb through the pictures to document the change in mode. spoiler alert the harry potter guide to the u.k. http www.buzzfeed.com tabathaleggett the harry potter guide to the u k the value of humor for the four different modes romance spring romances present idealized and exaggerated worlds with plots focusing around what joseph campbell called the journey. the journey does not have to be literal but it does have to incorporate some psychological distancing from family or authority figures. archetypal figures who play a role in journey stories include a hero on a quest a villain or a trickster a challenge a prohibition a sacrifice a sage and at last some kind of an accomplishment or success. why a journey when author richard peck spoke to one of our classes he said that in his novels he always includes some kind of a journey because the characters can meet and interact with new people which offers opportunities for new experiences and new humor. on almost any trip there are bound to be complications which adds excitement to the plot. because he writes for teenagers who are looking forward to leaving their families as they go off to college or move out young people relate to the idea of a journey. romance continued the accomplishment might be symbolically shown through a physical accomplishment but the reward is really an emotional or intellectual epiphany. well known examples include the divine comedy the lion the witch and the wardrobe lord of the rings and paradise lost. one of the symbolic expectations in basic stories is that the epiphany connects heaven and earth which is why epiphanies often come to characters on a mountain top a tower a lighthouse a ladder or a staircase. examples in famously humorous stories include jack’s beanstalk rapunzel’s tower and yertle’s stack of turtles in the dr. seuss book. famous characters who go on journeys include dorothy in the wizard of oz alice in wonderland charlotte and wilber in charlotte’s web and most recently harry potter in j. k. rowling’s books. comedy summer in the classical sense comedy isn’t necessarily funny but in contrast to tragedy it has a happy ending. high comedy what we now call ‘smart comedy’ or ‘literary comedy’ relies for its humor on wit and sophistication while low …

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