The publication falls in the "Biographies & Memoir" genre of non-fictional
Hove's poetry did not receive any major award but his deep mastery of the language and ability to speak intensely about history, the everyday experiences and yearnings for freedom echoes throughout his fictional and non-fictional
work, as evident, for instance, in the rhyming and poetic forms evident in the novel Bones (1988).
WARx2 focuses on non-fictional
real life accounts and practical aspects of this serious topic and uses all available resources to describe the mechanism of these spirits, ghostly attacks, and spiritual warfare.
content is just the base for my novels.
In his non-fictional
photographs, the focus is firmly put on the pressure over society, violence and the prejudices accompanying; these impress the viewers as if they were fictional stories rather than visual distractions, or mysteries over the political, economic and cultural norms and objection.
She has written 16 novels and three non-fictional
works since turning to writing in the 1980s, including two other recipe books, The French Kitchen and The French Market.
The money was raised by the sale of Elaine Coombes' book Through Green Eyes, a non-fictional
book tracing her travels through Egypt from Alexandria to Abu Simbel The squadron also has a
worlds where 'the familiar can transform to the mysterious by making fictional and non-fictional
She has developed a distinctive aesthetic in her work; minimal and stark, driven by powerful images, bare scenography and intriguing costumes.
She creates worlds where the familiar can transform to the mysterious by making fictional and non-fictional
Through the analysis of a diverse array of fictional and non-fictional
representations of the murders (from investigations and court cases to the press coverage, televised news broadcast, talk shows, literature, and films), Nerenberg reconstructs the contexts in which the crimes occurred, and re-evokes the climate of fear raised by their threats to conventional beliefs about the national geography of crime, the perception of Italy as locus amoenus and a place autonomous from foreign influences, the Italian family, youth culture, and the sustainability of the welfare state.
Colson Whitehead's non-fictional
reflections on urban scenography in The Colossus of New York: A City in Thirteen Parts (2003.
Being able to construct a clear narrative, in a fictional form as a story, or in a non-fictional
form as a descriptive account or a set of instructions, is a crucial skill, both within educational contexts and in the wider world of work and leisure.