Translation of fiction in Spanish:


ficción, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɪkʃ(ə)n//ˈfɪkʃ(ə)n/


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    ficción feminine
    narrativa feminine
    a work of fiction una obra narrativa
    • Most book sections give spotty coverage to all genres except literary fiction.
    • On the one hand it publishes original fiction and prose by authors in Tamil.
    • Desire, power and a certain cruelty are the central motifs in the erotic fiction of Anais Nin.
    • Like all of Roth's fiction, this novel is dazzling but flawed.
    • Another area where there has been disquiet about the content of teen fiction is that of novels which engage with the realities of the world we live in today.
    • In France Zola was the dominant practitioner of naturalism in prose fiction and the chief exponent of its doctrines.
    • We are not likely to approach a work of fiction about James as Jamesian scholars.
    • It is not only in the landscapes of the mind, of literary fiction, and of oral tradition, that names are narrated and narration creates names.
    • Thus, it is no surprise there are frequent references to Milton in Melville's fiction.
    • Do you enjoy watching soap operas on tv, or reading good fiction or romance novels?
    • In literary fiction, characters fill and organize the story around them.
    • You have to understand that it is not a genre like fiction and poetry.
    • The motives revealed throughout the novel are more than plot devices and nudge the book over towards the literary end of genre fiction.
    • Much of it was so abstract in relation to fiction or poetry as to be nearly meaningless in a literature course.
    • Orwell, Evelyn Waugh and Belloc considered him unequalled as a writer of prose fiction.
    • He began his writing career with genre fiction, from historical novels to vampire horror sagas.
    • The prize is popularly seen as an award for a new novelists of adult literary fiction, but this is not the case.
    • By the early seventeenth century, however, prose fiction had evolved beyond the limits of the novella.
    • Novels with a multi-cultural edge have become the latest trend in literary fiction.
    • She began writing successful romantic fiction and historical novels.
    • And the fact that we know the island of St Gregory is a fiction doesn't help make for true grit.
    • But the motorcycle story was such an outrageous fiction that I thought the readers of e-Poshta should know.
    • For decades McGarrell has been known for complex paintings that jumble myth, invented fictions and surreal landscapes.
    • Now we know the threat was not ‘somehow exaggerated’ but one of Alistair Campbell's more successful fictions.
    • Their press release, penned by Pyro, is a more entertaining fiction than plenty of novels published this year.
    • Doubtless that is true, but the threats must be real, not fictions.
    • I was to find anew the world of Romance that I had known in earliest childhood in fairy tale and daydream and in the romantic fictions of the household in which I grew up.
    • We become, like Isabella, distorted by the stories we made up, warped by our own fictions.
    • The real world is composed of stories, of fictions, of narrative, and ultimately of language in the same way that the fictional world of a novel is constructed.
    • Sometimes misinformation, exaggerated fictions and relics of wartime propaganda are reported in the media.
    • It is not a fiction, but a fact, because through faith there is revealed the righteousness of God.
    • Veggie Pride should feel ashamed for repeating fictions as if they were true.
    • Such is our hunger for myth that we swallow fictions and reprocess them as truth.
    • Some people have interpreted these frightening scenes as exaggerated fictions concocted by the Moche to scare enemies.
    • Instead, a hodgepodge of myths and fictions were promulgated to sow illusions among the strikers.
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    ficción feminine
    fact or fiction? ¿realidad o ficción?
    • that's pure fiction no es más que pura imaginación / ficción