The basic characteristics of literary journalism
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In the literary journalism, the art of storytelling is a key aspect as it requires the use of technical language such as characterization, scene setting and dialogue (Forde 10). However, there are certain other factors involved in the entire process of the literary journalistic writing in which dialogue, perspective, chronology, structure and parallelism are the key important tools whi...