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Diēgēma[1] (-atis n.; e verbo Graeco διήγημα mutuatum), sive narratiuncula,[2] breve litterarium opus est, in principio unum paragraphum longum, quod et in diariis et in anthologiis in luce edi solebat. Medio Aevo exeunte ortum, hoc genus litterarium prope mythistoriam et realisticae inspirationis erat, se paulo a fabella discernens. E saeculo undevicensimo auctores progressive alias generis possibilitates explicavere in innitendis historia concentratione ad firmandum effectum huius lectori, v.gr. per inopinatam enodationem. Etiam themata amplificata sunt; Diēgēma praestantissima phantasticarum, criminalium, scientiae ficticiae litterarum forma factum est. Edgari Allan Poe pondus huic generi potissimum fuit, in Iaponia Ryūnosuke Akutagawa pater diegematis putatur, atque hodie Alice Munro est. In Germania illustres huius generis scriptores fuerunt Volfgangus Theodoricus Schnurre, Henricus Böll et Volfgangus Borchert.

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  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Charlton T. Lewis, Carolus Short, A Latin dictionary (Oxonii, 1879) textus, Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources apud ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ, s.v. "narratiuncula"..

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