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The Characteristics of Literary Journalism and Use within the Context of the Story of Gunnar Larsen

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Literary perspective is mainly discussed in relation to new or literary journalism (Chevalier 696). It means the perspective has been given particular emphasis and importance especially in the field of literary journalism because it enables the author or narrator to appropriately understand the role and involvement of characters and their overall purpose with respect to the other characters and to the overall theme of play or writing. More specifically, the perspective represents a dimension or point of view of a particular character within a particular context, keeping in the view the entire theme and objective of play or a piece of literary journalistic writing.

For example, in the quoted novel, “ it sent shivers down the spine” (Bech-Karlsen 46), highlights the perspective of Larsen in which he and his companion, during the hunting, felt the heat of the moment and realized the severity of the entire chasing process. From the perspective of other natural elements, such as dew, forest, it was irrelevant because their perspective with regard to the scene was different than the perspective of Larsen and his companion.

Chronology refers to the arrangement of scenes or events in the order in which they take place in a particular eventful situation from the perspective of journalism (Potts 136). Within this context, it can be deduced that this arrangement can be of two types: scenes or observations. In the scenes, there is a particular sequence or arrangement of carefully arranged scenes because this sequence is highly important as it retains a required level and type of structure which is the base of any particular theme involved in the scenes.   Subsequently, a sequence of observations can also be used to describe a particular event leading to a meticulous outcome or other effects.

Simultaneously, within this context, both types of chorology have different objectives and outcomes as the entire piece of literary journalistic writing are based on the factual or real-life situations in which a particular arrangement of scenes retains a specific type of chronology.  

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