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Must Read Fiction Books: 5 Essential Literature Classics The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo. The Man Who Laughs may not be the first romantic fiction book you think of when considering the work of Victor Hugo, but ... Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. Now, for something completely different. ... 1984 by George Orwell. ... Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. ... The Last Unicorn by Peter S. ... Must Read Fiction Books: The Takeaway. ...What are the 3 types of fiction?
Fiction has three categories that are, realistic, non-realistic, and semi-fiction. Usually, fiction work is not real and therefore, authors can use complex figurative language to touch readers’ imaginations. Unlike poetry, it is more structured, follows proper grammatical pattern, and correct mechanics.What are some examples of fiction stories?
" Possession (s) " by John Smolens (877 words) " John Redding Goes to Sea " by Zora Neale Hurston (741 words) " The Virgin Mary " by Adesuwa Agbonile (720 words) " Girl " by Jamaica Kincaid (681 words) " Unnecessary Things " by Tatyana Tolstaya (662 words) " War of the Clowns " by Mia Couto (571 words) " The Uprooted " by Cristina Peri Rossi (506 words)