Literary Fiction renders the life experiences and personal perspectives of characters in the midst of complex situations and conflict over values and relationships. Tensions typically involve finding ways to respond and cope, and to understand the origins of those problems. In Literary Fiction, resolutions do not come easily, and the reading experience often evokes related issues of character, family, ethics, memory, faith, and forgiveness. Literary writers employ interesting, even experimental, writing styles, storytelling techniques, and plot structures. Consequently, a reader's desire for discussion and interpretation is likely to follow.