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Fiction is an invented or feigned narrative (an imaginative form of narrative).[1] Fiction is one of the two most general categories in the hierarchy in which books are classified, the other being non-fiction — a composition that its authors believe to be truthful.

Fiction differs from lying because the listener knows the story isn't true.


  1. fiction (English) (HTML). Retrieved on 2007-11-12.