Narrative Forms in Literature

There may be two sides to every story, but there are lots and lots of ways to tell those stories. How many forms of narration can you name?
Sometimes these forms overlap.
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Example
Form
The Diary of a Young Girl
Autobiography
Angela's Ashes
Biography
The History of Maria Kittle
Captivity Narrative
Gone with the Wind
Epic
Paradise Lost
Epic Poem
The Lion and the Mouse
Fable
The Hobbit
Fantasy
Hansel and Gretel
Folk Tale
The Scarlet Letter
Historical Fiction
Paul Bunyan
Legend
Eat, Pray, Love
Memoir
Oedipus Rex
Myth
Structure of DNA Discovered
News
Slaughterhouse-Five
Nonlinear Narrative
The Yearling
Novel
The War of the Worlds
Novella
The Prodigal Son
Parable
Hamlet
Play
The Odyssey
Quest Narrative
Wonder
Realistic Fiction
The Lottery
Short Story
Davy Crockett
Tall Tale
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