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Bildungsroman Novel Template
Posodobljeno: 7/18/2019
Bildungsroman Novel Template
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Z Kristy Littlehale

One of the most popular forms of literary fiction, Bildungsroman novels capture the essence of character growth, maturity, and understanding about the world around them. Many of the most well-known novels ever written are Bildungsroman in some way, shape, or form. A Bildungsroman novel, at its very core, is a story about a character’s maturing process, especially from childhood; in fact, it is often called a “coming-of-age” story. These novels typically deal with the formative years of a character or their spiritual growth and education.




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Bildungsroman Template | Teach students the bildungsroman definition and analyze stories with this template!

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  • STAGE 1: THE CALL
  • Characteristic #1
  • Characteristic #2
  • Characteristic #3
  • STAGE 2: THE APPRENTICESHIP
  • The protagonist is usually from a small town or village, and they journey to a more complex realm, or to a large city
  • The protagonist must separate from their family in order to gain an identity that is separate and distinct
  • The protagonist searches for answers beyond their home
  • Education is crucial to the protagonist’s progress into maturity
  • The protagonist is often disappointed by this new world, as it does not live up to their expectations
  • The protagonist finds their education in the disappointment of the new world, and this allows them to successfully mature and gain their distinct identity
  • STAGE 3: MATURITY
  • STAGE 4: ACCEPTANCE AND REMEDY
  • The protagonist achieves their maturity with difficulty, and it allows them a sense of pride in having obtained it through the tests and obstacles they’ve had to face
  • The protagonist experiences psychological, moral, and/or spiritual growth
  • The protagonist and the readers accept that they are not a superior character: they are flawed, but they are fundamentally good
  • The protagonist usually returns to the place they left originally
  • The reader is able to see the contrast between the protagonist at the beginning of the novel, and the person they’ve become once they return to the place they left
  • The protagonist is able to help others with their newfound maturity and wisdom
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