fan fiction


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fan fiction

n.
Fiction written by fans as an extension of an admired work or series of works or featuring popular fictional characters, often posted on the internet.
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In the past, Louis has admitted that the fan fiction about him and Harry drove a wedge between them and that he felt it was offensive to his girlfriend Eleanor Calder.
Answer: Many readers might not even know what fan fiction (also known as "fan fic") is.
Penelope Eate further asserts that female authors of Twilight fan fiction operate "critical dexterity" (21) in their readings of the canon texts, and "rewrite/right" the "gender wrongs" (23) through their stories.
Claire has to come out from behind her fan fiction blog and put the spotlight on herself, all while she is trying to figure out her sexuality and her attraction to Tess, a fellow fan of the show.
In light of the first chapter's discussion of the evolution of folkloric expression, for instance, fan studies scholars could consider which elements of tabooed fan fiction are both consistent with and dynamically build upon canonical "clean" fan fiction.
Green Girl might be considered by many fan fiction readers to be a little too dark.
Fan fiction. The convention I went to in 1988 occupied a single hotel ballroom.
In the last chapter (called "Dreaming in Color Racial Revisions in Fan Fiction"), Carrington turns to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Harry Potter series to explain how on-line fan fiction "reconfigures the relationship between race, nation, and genre conventions" (Carrington 29).
As I sit down to write this column, the school year is wrapping up, and my four kids are looking forward to a couple of months of swimming at the neighborhood pool, writing fan fiction and going on family outings,
All of the character names have been changed to bypass copyright questions but this fan fiction is a matching story to Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.