Fiction - a living folklore and literary genre

For all its seeming simplicity genre fiction raises many questions.Why is it so attractive stories for children?Why is this genre is versatile for many cultures?Why this genre of folklore is "live" and popular literature?In short, what is the essence of the stories, and why it remains a consistently popular?

certain genre fiction

Speaking concisely, the fiction - it is a short story about something that obviously can not be, and this underlines the impossibility of exaggerated and therefore creates a comic effect."I Went past the village peasant ..." "There was a short, a giant in the world of growth ..." - these and many other "nonsense" images are created for a variety of rather transparent schemes, but always cause laughter and interest.

Russian and English roots tales

known in Russia and Russian folk tales and tales of other nations.First of all, fiction, nonsense, nonsense associated with English folklore and English literature.In the twentieth century Russia, this genre was considerably e

nlivened the appearance of translations of English folklore and works of the English "nonsense" (literally: "nonsense").English children's songs, mostly built on the principle of nonsense, translated as fiction for children Samuil Marshak and Chukovsky Korney.Russian readers of many generations of favorite images from the translated songs "Barabek", "crooked song" and other poems, where the world known "turned upside down" is absurd.Literary examples of English tales - is, first of all, limericks by Edward Lear, who are mostly known in translations Gregory Kruzhkova.

Easy adoption of the English version of the genre is primarily due to habitual fiction for the Russian consciousness, because fiction - a genre that existed in Russia long before the "inoculation" Russian culture nonsense English.

Literary fiction

Fiction genre is alive and in folklore and literature.Russian kids are known as folk tales, and copyrights.Perhaps the most famous examples of the genre created fictional Korney Chukovsky and Henry Sapgir.First of all, it is, of course, "Confusion" Chukovsky.

However, his other stories and poems on closer inspection, are very close to nonsense in genre sense of the word."Miracle Tree", "Joy", "Cockroach" - the basis of these well-known children's poems is fiction.It is, in fact, the author's options for the development of the genre.

As for creativity Sapgir Henry, then a little-known in Russia, his famous "Fables in the people."The unexpected combination of disparate images and thus ease the lines, creating the illusion of naturalness and this further emphasizes the "all-time" - all long remembered as a very talented and expressive work.

Fables as available aesthetic experience

Roots Chukovsky in his book "Between two and five," suggested that the fables for children - it is an opportunity to enjoy their own ability to see a departure from the norm.A child of Chukovsky, through fiction stronger in their understanding of the rules in their orientation in the surrounding world.

But, apparently, it's not quite that simple.Fiction - it is also one of the first available aesthetic experience.It is nonsense when meeting with the child's perception of forms of artistic conventions, as "nonsense" - this is the most primitive, affordable child art offset underlying any work of art.Fables therefore lay the foundation for the perception of the artistic metaphor, artistic image, prepare the child for the formation of literary taste.