Definition and description of space in the literature
Throughout the narrative we find different types of spaces that frame certain facts or characters with the corresponding actions.
The first space is to real: This is a geographical space (This means that the reader can recognize topographical level) declared as such by the Narrator.
Afterwards we find the imaginary space. This type of space is clearly a figment of imagination of the writer and its characteristics are not identifiable in a real place.
Finally we find the warped space. It is altered by the observer: his imagination can lead them to define a non-existent or to alter the known space, familiar, that suddenly looks different.
The description of space can be objective, If the Narrator provides precise and useful elements in a detailed reconstruction of the environment, as in a record or subjective, where the Narrator processes the information it provides through its moods, the memories or other emotions. The big picture then becomes a representation of the character's psychological situation.