Fikshan a di klasifikieshan fi heni tuori we kriet bai di imajinieshan,[1][2] reda dah wa bies schrikli pah ischri ar fak.[3] Braadli spiikin, fikshan maita diskraib no jos wah klaas a naritiv, bot azwel eni piipl, plies, ivent, ar midia kantent diraiv frah imajinieshan.</ref> Fikshan kiah expres ina varayati a faamat, ingkluudn raitn, laiv pofaamans, flim, telivijan pruogram, vidio giem, ah ruol-plieyn giem, duo di toerm arijinali ah muos kamanli refa tu di mieja naritiv faam a lichicha,[4] ingkluudn di navl, novela, shaat tuori, ah plie. Fikshan kanstityuut wah ak a krietiv invenshan, so dat fietfulnis tu rialiti no kiah tipikali asyuum;[5] put wah nex wie, fikshan kiah no expek fi prizent onggl kiarakta uu a akchual piipl ar diskripshan we fakchuali chuu. Di kantex a fikshan jinarali opm fi intoerpritieshan, juu tu fikshan friidom frah heni nesiseri kanekshan ina rialiti;[6] ousomeba, som fikshanal wok a-kliem fi bi, ar maakit az, istarikali ar fakchuali akiuret, so kamplikietop di chradishanal distingshan bitwiin fikshan ah nan-fikshan.[7] Fikshan a klasifikieshan ar kiatigari, reda dah wah spisifik muod ar jaahra, anles iyuuz ina narawa sens az sinonim fi wah potikiula litareri fikshan faam.

Iloschrieshan frah Luuwis Kiaral Alis Advencha ina Wandalan, a-dipik di fikshanal pruotaganis, Alis, a-plie wah fantastikal giem a kruoke.

RefransEdit

  1. "fiction." Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, Incorporated. 2015.
  2. Sageng, Fossheim, & Larsen (eds.) (2012). The Philosophy of Computer Games. Springer Science & Business Media. pp. 186-187.
  3. William Harmon and C. Hugh Holman A Handbook to Literature (7th edition). New York: Prentice Hall, 1990, p. 212.
  4. "Definition of 'fiction'." Oxford English Dictionaries (online). Oxford University Press. 2015.
  5. Farner, Geir, Literary Fiction: The Ways We Read Narrative Literature, Bloomsbury Publishing. (2014)
  6. Culler, Jonathan. Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction.2000. Oxford University Press. "Non-fictional discourse is usually embedded in a context that tells you how to take it: an instruction manual, a newspaper report, a letter from a charity. The context of fiction, though, explicitly leaves open the question of what the fiction is really about. Reference to the world is not so much a property of literary [i.e. fictional] works as a function they are given by interpretation."
  7. Iftekharuddin, Frahat (ed.). (2003). The Postmodern Short Story: Forms and Issues. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 23.