The Strategies for presenting historical knowledge in "Genghis Khan" novel by contemporary Thai writers
The purpose of this article is to study the strategies of presenting historical knowledge in the novel "Genghis Khan" of contemporary Thai writers between 1955 and 2013 for 3 books, Temucin (Chakkraphat Yenkiskhan) of Praphanthakorn, Genghis Khan of Supha Sirimanon and Genghis Khan of "Suriya", based on the concept The Edutainment aspect in the Contemporary Thai Historical of Apirak Chaipanha. The study revealed that there are 4 strategies to present historical knowledge, which are presented through the Preface, Academic reference, Using reviews to bring stories, And the use of illustrations. The objective is to be a channel for communication with readers and to present historical knowledge in addition to the story. For readers to gain knowledge along with the fun from fiction. To emphasize knowledge and understanding about different languages and cultures to readers without having to explain directly in the story Also helps to enhance the imagination of the readers better.
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