The prose is defined as a form of language which outlines a natural flow of speech and grammatical structures. Contrary to poetry, this genre does not use a rhythmic structure, where meter and rhyme are the fundamental parts of the verse.
The prose structure consists of full grammatical sentences, which create paragraphs. Most of the prose works don't have any verse, which is at the base of the poetry structure. However, some prose works, known as prose poetry works, have a metrical structure or versification.
Different are the types of prose including non-fictional prose, heroic prose, prose poem, polyphonic prose, alliterative prose, prose fiction and village prose.
The non-fictional prose is any literary work which focuses on facts that really happened and whose creator has the responsibility for the truth and accuracy of the events.
Non-fictional works can be narrated both objectively and subjectively, and have assertions and descriptions which may not be accurate, giving either a true or false definition of the studied subjects. It is the authors' task to prove to the audience that these events have happened.
Non-fictional prose can have different literary formats. The most common are expository, opinion and argumentative documents; essays; biographies; memoirs; historical, scientific, technical and economic writings; and journalism.
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