In the moments of jest I often think that anything written is a kind of fiction. It is not real, it is not happening, it was perhaps an incident in past, or it is going to be an event in future. I have definitely concluded that anything that is written and told or retold is fiction. Fiction refers to the class of literature that is composed through imaginative narration, particularly in the form of prose. It can be any work, partial or whole, that provides certain information or describes events which are not real. The information or the description of events narrated in fiction happens to be imaginary and theoretical, mostly the invention of the writer. What a Student of English Literature Must Know about Fiction Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Noticeable Features of Fiction Chapter Three: Elements of Fiction Chapter Four: Types of Fictional Plots Chapter Five: Different Categories of Fiction Chapter Six: Fictional Forms
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|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781312833944 (DRM-EPUB)|
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