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nonfiction novel

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A factual or historical narrative written in the form of a novel: Truman Capote's In Cold Blood is a nonfiction novel.
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Readers of all ages can appreciate the sincerity and simplicity, behind Tiffani Neilson's humor in this life-changing creative non-fiction novel.
The 'Emperor in August' is an adaptation of Hando Kazutoshi's non-fiction novel 'Nihon no Ichiban Nagai Hi: Ketteiban'.
MICHAEL Herr, the author and Oscar-nominated screenwriter who documented the Vietnam War through his classic non-fiction novel Dispatches and films such as Apocalypse Now and Full Metal Jacket, has died, aged 76.
The Gallipoli story is a compelling non-fiction novel.
And although his work primarily emphasises the issues of telling true stories in the realm of journalism, both print and online, it also explores the more creative sector with examples such as Truman Capote's non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood (1966)--an equally controversial work in its storytelling and investigation.
Al contrario, la coerenza di Manzoni appare ancor piu integrale e autentica se contestualizzata nella situazione letteraria corrente e nell'ambito dei dibattiti su non-fiction novel, auto-fiction e romanzo d'inchiesta; altro sicuro pregio del libro di D'Angelo e infatti l'aver saputo richiamare l'attenzione sulla attualita di Manzoni e delia sua indagione intorno al rapporto tra verita e finzione, una questione quantomai centrale nella narrativa contemporanea.
Reviewing a non-fiction novel for an academic journal?
Based on a non-fiction novel by Ahmed Mourad, Vertigo has been scripted by Mohammed Nayer and directed by Othman Abu Laban.
Based on a non-fiction novel by Kurt Eichenwald, the comic thriller tracks Mark Whitacre s machinations as a whistle-blower with "issues" that include looking after number one.
This biographical drama tells the story of writer Truman Capote's production of his bestselling non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood, which he based on the mass murder of a Kansas family.
What begins as a magazine article soon becomes the meat and bones of a groundbreaking book - In Cold Blood - the non-fiction novel that would become the publishing phenomenon of '60s America.
In an attempt to reconcile the confluence of literature and fact, fantasy and reality, art and life, Clark gives us a history of representation from Plato and Aristotle, right up to the new critics like John Hospers, John Hellman and John Hollowell, the history of reporting and journalism, leading up to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe, Truman Capote and Norman Mailer, and the non-fiction novel, for example In Cold Blood.