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QUICK LIT BITE OF THE DAY
Kishōtenketsu-describes the structure and development of Chinese and Japanese narratives.
The first Chinese character refers to the introduction or 'kiku' (起句?), the next: development, 'shōku' (承句?), the third: twist, 'tenku' (転句?), and the last character indicates conclusion or 'kekku' (結句?). 句 is the phrase (句, ku?), and 合 (gō?) means "meeting point of 起 and 転" for conclusion. It was originally used in Chinese poetry as a four-line composition.
By: Literary Diva of Blogtalk Radio