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non-fiction

[ˈnɒnˈfɪkʃən] Nliteratura f no novelesca
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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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He has also written eight non-fiction books that have been published in countries from Brazil to Bulgaria, including the best-selling biography of Iron Maiden singer, Bruce Dickinson.
It may not be as comprehensive as some non-fiction titles on technology, but it is fun, accessible and full of ideas to enjoy both at home and in the classroom.
The sale of school digital books was up 32%, suggesting the use of digital teaching resources is becoming more prevalent, while non-fiction digital book sales increased by 4%.
In addition, #Merky Books is initiating an open submission competition to find new works of fiction, non-fiction or poetry and a paid internship.
They've got a load of talented writers to summarise the ideas contained in hundreds of top non-fiction classics, and boiled them down to the essentials, so you can catch the drift without putting in the graft.
This year the prizes include KLF-Pepsi Non-Fiction Prize, KLF-Getz Pharma Fiction Prize, KLF Peace Prize (Consulate General of Germany), and KLF-Infaq Foundation Urdu Literature Prize.
Sigmund Brouwer's new book, Innocent Heroes, is an interesting mix of fiction and non-fiction. The fictional chapters tell the story of a friendship that develops between three Canadian soldiers in the time leading up to the Battle of Vimy Ridge and the brave and loyal animals that assist them.
Arnold Philip Hano (born March 2, 1922) is an American editor, novelist, biographer and journalist, best known for his non-fiction work.
While Netflix may have carved out a niche in our hearts with such exciting original content as the suspense-horror period series Stranger Things, the tension of the expanded Marvel Cinematic Universe in shows like Jessica Jones and Daredevil, and critically-acclaimed comedies like Master of None, the entertainment giant also creates some mighty compelling non-fiction shows.
Certain studies are pivotal in the articulation of theory and non-fiction film, and noteworthy examples of such studies could be Nezar AlSayyad's work on cinematic urbanism or Alisa Lebow's study on subjectivity.
In addition to more online sales in 2015, another trend was a greater interest in non-fiction books, which saw a revenue jump of 1.6 percent, after already rising 5.4 percent in 2014.