Prose comes in several common literary forms, including the novel, novellas and short stories. Prose refers to works of fiction and non-fiction covering all topics and geared towards many different audiences. Regardless ... More »

Prose writing is writing with word flow and grammar used in everyday speech, as opposed to verse or poetry, which has a rhythmic or metrical flow and sometimes uses poetic syntax. Narrative, casual dialog, journalistic w... More » Education Writing

Prose drama is a form of writing that focuses on a natural flow of speech to describe an exciting or unexpected series of events. This type of writing does not follow a metrical structure. More »

Prose is a written form of language that has no defining metrical structure, which means that almost any short story, critical essay or novel serves as an example of a piece of prose. Prose is often said to be the most d... More »

Instead of using the word chapters, which divides a piece of writing in a book, Charles Dickens used staves to signify that the novel was a carol in prose form. In music, a stave or staff is the series of horizontal line... More »

Prose is all forms of writing and speech which have no structured meter. This is inclusive of written and enacted forms. More »

The two divisions of literature are prose and poetry. While prose is written in a straightforward manner to appeal to the reader's intellect, poetry has a more rhythmic, imaginative tone used to awaken the reader's emoti... More »