Glossary of literary Terms


The following text is used only for educational use and informative purpose following the fair use principles.

We thank the authors of the texts that give us the opportunity to share their knowledge




literary terms




Definition of time-scheme


Time-scheme: In any piece of fiction there are two different kinds of “time” to be distinguished. Reading time is the time it takes to read a story or book which is dependent on the extent of a narrative (number of pages). Acting time is the time-span of the events of a story. The German literary terms are „Erzählzeit“ and „erzählte Zeit“.


Source: http://www.majaeger.de/site/school/files/Glossary.doc

Web site link: http://www.majaeger.de/

Author : not indicated on the source document of the above text

If you are the author of the text above and you not agree to share your knowledge for teaching, research, scholarship (for fair use as indicated in the United States copyrigh low) please send us an e-mail and we will remove your text quickly.


Glossary of literary definition of time-scheme


Literary Terms



Definition and meaning of time-scheme


Main page




literary terms





Meaning of time-scheme


This is the right place where find the answers to your questions like :

Who ? What ? When ? Where ? Why ? Which ? How ? What does time-scheme mean ? Which is the meaning of time-scheme?





What does time-scheme mean ?





Alanpedia.com from 1998 year by year new sites and innovations

Main page - Disclaimer - Contact us