Literary composition - is the ratio of parts of the work in a certain system and consistency.
This composition is a harmonious, integrated system, which includes a variety of methods and forms of literary and artistic images and due to the content of the work.
Narrative elements of the composition
The prologue is called introductory partworks. It either precedes or basic storyline based on the works or is a summary of the events preceding those described in the book.
Exposure to something akin to the prologue, however, ifPrologue does not have much influence on the development of the plot works, the exhibition introduces the reader directly into the narrative atmosphere. It describes the time and place of action, the central characters and their relationships. The exposure may be either in the beginning (direct exposure), and in the middle of the product (delayed exposure).
When logically clear construction composition ofExposure should tie - the event which starts the action and provokes the development of the conflict. Sometimes a complication precedes the exposure (for example, in the novel LN Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina"). In detective novels, which differ so-called analytic construction of the plot, the reason for the event (ie, tie) usually opens the reader generated after its investigation.
For complication traditionally follows the development of the action, consisting of a series of episodes in which characters seek to resolve the conflict, but he only escalate.
Gradually, the development of action suited to itsthe highest point, which is called the climax. The climax is called a decisive encounter characters or watershed event in their lives. After the climax of the action irresistibly moving toward climax.
Decoupling - is the completion of the action, or atAs the conflict. Typically, isolation comes at the end of the work, but sometimes appears in the beginning (for example, in the story IA Bunin's "Light breath").
Often the work ends with an epilogue. This is the final part, which usually describes the events that followed the completion of the main story, and on the further fate of the characters. These epilogues in the novels of IS Turgenev, FM Dostoevsky, LN Tolstoy.
Also may be present in the compositionvnesyuzhetnye elements such as lyrical digressions. In them the author himself appears to the reader, expressing their own opinions on different issues, not always directly related to the action. Of particular interest are the lyrical digressions in "Eugene Onegin" AS Pushkin and "Dead Souls" NV Gogol.
All of these elements allow the composition to give the product of artistic integrity, consistency and fascination.