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fiction:

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in modern literary usage, a sustained work of prose fiction a volume or more in length. It is distinguished from the short story and the fictional sketch, which are necessarily brief.
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brief prose fiction. The term covers a wide variety of narratives—from stories in which the main focus is on the course of events to studies of character, from the "short short" story to extended and complex narratives such as Thomas Mann's Death in Venice.
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fiction

1. literary works invented by the imagination, such as novels or short stories
2. Law something assumed to be true for the sake of convenience, though probably false
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Both towns, despite being fictionally Utopian, exude a sense of goodness and peacefulness that many people find attractive ideas.
For their final chapter (5: Terra Incognita: mapping the uncertain and the unknown) Stadler and her colleagues considered "the technical and conceptual difficulties and the spatial politics of mapping fictionally uncertain spaces" (p.
Hints about the song, fictionally written by Michael Caine's Fred Ballinger, are dropped throughout the film--including a boy practicing it on violin.
Critique: Exceptionally well written from beginning to end, this fictionally account of very real-world experiences and trends, "My Electrician Drives a Porsche?
Sona, who fictionally bears Humayun's twins, is his best adviser -- one Babur suggests Humayun to heed well after his death.
A church refreshed" by Patrick Reardon (NCR, May 22-June 4) fictionally depicts parish life 50 years hence at St.
As ever, Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are captains, and they're joined by Armando Iannucci, writer of Alan Partridge, The Thick Of It and Veep, and the woman who plays the fictionally bonkers character of Philomena Cunk on another current affairs comedy programme, BBC2's Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe, Diane Morgan.
The first launch positions you closer to Tarpon Bay, the ultra-fishy, protected bay that is also fictionally known as "Dinkins Bay" to those of you are fans of the Doc Ford novels.
IN THE IMAGINARY European country Zubrowka, in the time between wars, the Grand Budapest Hotel is as fictionally renowned as it is fabulously pink.
On the other hand, the fusty political system is yet not ready to acknowledge the pros of the drone strike while the cons of which have been fictionally exaggerated.
His reign as the star of "Your Show of Shows" has been fictionally chronicled in the film "My Favorite Year" as well as in Simon's Broadway comedy "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" and explored in the 2001 documentary "Hail Sid Caesar
I have read articles that say nobody is writing about climate change fictionally, yet, the books are there.