non-fiction

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non-fiction

[ˈnɒnˈfɪkʃən] Nliteratura f no novelesca

non-fiction

(nonˈfikʃən) noun
books, magazines etc giving facts, information etc, ie not stories, novels, plays, poetry. I like reading fiction as well as non-fiction.
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com/style/2018/03/queen-latizia-ex-husband-book-meghan-markle) Vanity Fair , both of their exes are writing about their previous relationship, but only Perez is saying that his version is non-fictional.
readchina considers the reading of literature as part of a wider web of reading materials, Including different media and non-fictional texts.
In order to prepare individuals and minimize loss of life, Homeland Security and other organizations have developed training videos that show non-fictional (real-world) and fictional (dramatized) portrayals of active shooters.
The Co Wexford star, best known for her role as Siobhan Delaney in RTE's Love/Hate, plays the first non-fictional role in the fourth season of the postwar gang drama.
Have students write a story, either fictional or non-fictional, and then use the scrap black paper to illustrate it.
Critique: A non-fictional biography and nature study that reads as smoothly and engagingly as a deftly crafted novel, "Bushmaster: Raymond Ditmars and the Hunt for the World's Largest Viper" is an informative and compelling read from cover to cover.
The grant enables beneficiaries to avail of a variety of post-production services free-of-charge for a duration of two weeks, and extends to both fictional and non-fictional projects.
The fictional and non-fictional published wordsmith, who was nominated for the prestigious American literary Pushcart Prize, is the writer-in-residence of Qal'at al-Bahrain Site Museum.
Fictional, semi-fictional and non-fictional travelogues alike were informed by the same historiographical imaginary and were similarly engaged in contemporary political debates.
These non-fictional travelers express a very similar desire as the fictional residents of Lakeside, and much like the residents they are loathe to accept that this idealized America may be fictional; for the travelers, this is quite literal, but the fascination and affection for the small-town make this as metaphorical for them as it is for the characters in the book.
Over thirty fictional and non-fictional literary texts (novels, biographical narratives, memoirs, plays, poems, and travel writing), are given detailed attention alongside journalism, geopolitical-historical accounts of the status quo on the island, and striking visual interventions (films, sculptures, paintings, photographs, videos and artistic performances), many of which I are sustained and complemented by different forms of writing (newspaper cuttings, graffiti, captions, song lyrics, screenplay, tattoos).
Using the War of 1812 as the setting for "Backlash", author Mike Klaassen has based his fictional account on non-fictional facts.