didacticism

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communication that is suitable for or intended to be instructive

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Alameddine however, states that he is not fond of didactic fiction, saying "I don't believe in good or bad.
This study aims to investigate the perceptions of students attending to the grades of 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th in terms of the messages presented in didactic fiction texts and their creative writing skills.
The aim of this study is to investigate the perception levels of the messages of didactic fiction texts in fictive context and the student's perception levels of these messages.
She helpfully distinguishes the "highly self-conscious" and generally didactic fiction of Cardinal Newman and Orestes Brownson from the more "mature" Catholic works of the first half of the twentieth century, particularly in France and England.
Without eliding the vast differences of tone among amatory and didactic fictions, over and over again in the first part of the eighteenth century, it is the libertine that forms she backbone of the novel, as hero, villain, and things in between, creating the human narrative that separates the novel's engagement of truth and virtue from other genres' treatise and polemic.