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  Fiction et Cie -- See Fiction & Cie
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  Fiction étrangère -- See Collection Fiction étrangère
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  Fiction, Fantasy -- See Fantasy fiction
Use for works that feature imaginary worlds, extraordinary creatures, sorcerers, epic quests or magic.
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Fiction -- Film and video adaptations.   1979 1
  Fiction films -- 10 Related Subjects   10
Fiction films.   327
Fiction Films Women Sexual Behavior Feature Films Erotic Films Film Adaptations Video Recordings For   2015 1
  Fiction française -- See Collection Fiction française
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Fiction Frederick Augustus Duke Of York And Albany 1763 1827 Clarke Mary Anne Thompson 1776 : Kenyon, F. W.  1969 1
Fiction Geacnew2 Family : Simon, Norma.  1969 1
Fiction genres. : Saricks, Joyce G.  2009 1
Fiction genres -- Bibliography.   2
  Fiction, Gothic -- See Gothic fiction
Use for fiction which has a medieval setting and which includes castles and ghosts.
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  Fiction graphic novels -- See Graphic novels

--subdivision Comic books, strips, etc. under names of individual persons; under individual sacred works, e.g. Bible--Comic books, strips, etc.; and under topical headings; and headings for genres of comic books, e.g. Fantasy comic books, strips, etc.
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  Fiction, Historical -- See Historical fiction
Use for novels set during a time prior to the time in which they were written, and based around real events, people, or situations.
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Fiction -- History and criticism.   19
Fiction -- History and criticism -- 19th century. : Jameson, Fredric.  2013 1
Fiction -- History and criticism -- Periodicals.   3
Fiction -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc. : Berthoud, Ella.  2013 1
  Fiction, Horror -- See Horror fiction
Use for works of the gruesome and horrific. Themes can include possession; people or creatures rising from the dead; and characters with psychic or occult powers. Examples include Stephen King's Shining and W.W. Jacobs' Monkey's paw.
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Fiction House Publications (Firm) -- History. : Maglio, Mitchell,  2017 1
Fiction I Hollywood Los Angeles Calif : Locke, Hillary Bell.  2012 1
Fiction in English, 1800-1837 - Texts. : Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,  1986 1
Fiction in English, 1900-1945 - Texts.   6
Fiction in English, 1945- - Texts.   6
Fiction in libraries -- United States.   5
Fiction -- Indexes   2
  Fiction (J.M. Dent & Sons) -- See Everyman's library. Fiction
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Fiction -- Juvenile drama.   2010 1
Fiction -- Marketing.   2
  Fiction Moral and religious aspects -- See Fiction Religious aspects
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  Fiction, Mystery -- See Mystery fiction
Use for novels and stories dealing with the detection and solution of crime. Where possible assign additional topical headings, e.g. a class-of-persons heading for the investigator, or a heading for the name of the investigator, and headings for the setting and for the crime involved.
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Fiction Nelson Horatio Nelson Viscount 1758 1805 Hamilton Emma Lady 1761 1815 Fiction : Kenyon, F. W.  1955 1
  Fiction, Noir -- See Noir fiction
Taken from the French word meaning "darkness" or "of the night," noir is a category of modern crime fiction. Use this term for fiction of crime and detection, often in a grim urban setting, featuring petty, amoral criminals and other down-and-out characters, and permeated by a feeling of disillusionment, pessimism and despair. Examples include Jim Thompson's Hardcore and James M. Cain's The postman always rings twice.
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  Fiction, Occult -- See Occult fiction
Use for works dealing with witchcraft, spiritualism, psychic phenomena, voodooism, etc., and for works dealing with the mysterious or secret knowledge and power supposedly attainable only through these and other magical or supernatural means.
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  Fiction of New England -- See Hardscrabble books
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  Fiction on cassette -- See Also Ficción en cassette
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  Fiction Oral interpretation -- See Oral interpretation of fiction
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  Fiction, Pastoral -- See Pastoral fiction
Use for novels with a rural setting and a tone of romantic nostalgia.
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Fiction -- Periodicals.   1958 1
  Fiction Philosophy -- See Fiction

--subdivision Fiction under names of countries, cities, etc., names of individual persons, families, and corporate bodies, and under classes of persons, ethnic groups, and topical headings; and headings for fiction qualified by linguistic, national, ethnic or regional terms, e.g. Slavic fiction; Cuban fiction; French-Canadian fiction; West African fiction
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  Fiction Plots -- See Plots (Drama, novel, etc.)
Here are entered works on the construction and analysis of plots as a literary vehicle. General collections of plots are entered under Literature--Stories, plots, etc. Collections of plots limited to specific literatures or genres are entered under headings for individual literatures or genres with subdivision Stories, plots, etc., e.g. English literature--Stories, plots, etc.; Drama--Stories, plots, etc.; American poetry--Stories, plots, etc. Collections or discussions of plots of individual literary authors are entered under the name of the author with the subdivision Stories, plots, etc.
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Fiction -- Psychological aspects. : Pennac, Daniel.  2008 1
  Fiction radio programs -- See Also Horror radio programs
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  Fiction readalong (AV²?by Weigl) -- See AV²?fiction readalong
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  Fiction reading -- See Oral interpretation of fiction
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  Fiction, Regency -- See Regency fiction
Use for historical works set during the late 18th and early 19th century up to the reign of Queen Victoria.
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  Fiction, Renaissance -- See European fiction Renaissance, 1450-1600
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  Fiction, Road -- See Road fiction
Use for works in which a journey, as a life-changing experience, is a central part of the action. An example of a work in the genre is Jack Kerouac's On the road.
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FICTION / Romance / Erotica. / bisacsh : Kleypas, Lisa,  2017 1
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