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CARMALT - Fictional writing that is not poetry

definitionprose form
fiction, futuristic stories that use elements of modern science science fiction
fiction, story made up to explain real events or about gods and goddesses of ancient civilizations myth
fiction, scarey stories horror
fiction, story with magical, fanciful or supernatural characters and events in an imaginary world fantasy
fiction, uses characters to convey a simple message fable
fiction, humorous story that is full of exaggeration and/or hyperbole tall tales
fiction, adventures in which heroes win over evil-doers fairy tale
fiction, love stories romance
fiction, story based on history or historical events with fictional main characters; historical figures may appear in story historical fiction
fiction, crime stories or stories where characters are in search of something mystery
Created by: EM4CARMALT