23 responses

  1. soujanya
    June 12, 2010

    awesome.. easily understood the difference


  2. Classy
    October 8, 2010

    WOW… I love this


  3. boby j jakin
    January 13, 2012

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  4. boby j jakin
    January 13, 2012

    i know the dif bro thx for the info bich


    • adrain
      January 13, 2012

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    • d
      November 17, 2013

      shut up mate


  5. Sameer
    April 26, 2012

    Awesome explanation !! Thank you very much for such info.


  6. lilo
    May 4, 2012

    you helped me alot for my compo exam i thank u alot


  7. DaIllest
    November 5, 2012

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    December 22, 2012



  9. Hagboola
    December 31, 2013

    Good work,i like it keep it up.


  10. aneeza
    October 7, 2014

    very nice explanation.thanks for this info.


  11. Melisa
    January 17, 2016

    What are some of their simülarities


  12. Heather
    April 21, 2016

    Helpful, but arrogant. Fiction can be as informative as fact. Thr creation of a masterpiece such is fiction such as The Oddesy, Alice in Wonderland, and Game of Thones are allegories to real events that allure the readers imagination, teach life lessons, and open the mind to philosophical thought should not be tossed away by an arrogant swine. To create something out of nothing is far more challenging than simply recounting facts to this bias or the next, which ever serves the writer or speaker’s own best interest. The FOX news channel, though based on fact is a self-serving recruitment to the side of degrading moral thought and ignorance in service to only the one percenters or those close to that financial holding. They have people fooled into thinking they are the moral right. If morality includes warring to put money into privileged defense pockets, no matter it cripples the economy; if the economy is crippled the monopoly game just got cheaper. I would much rather settle down with a non-fiction war book, which not crippled by fact can teach much more, than a headline of war.


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      April 29, 2018

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  13. shadesmar
    June 25, 2017

    This article is true but also shows bias. Of course it is much work to get the facts right and research and become an expert in a topic in order to write about it. Non-fiction often involves much preparation before writing.
    But i want to ask you, dear author of this article: is it more difficult to state a known truth or to invent a lie that is as convincing as that truth? Which of these 2 things need more creativity? Need more insight into the topic, into the human mind and the way we think and perceive? Given the restriction about your writing is loose, so that you have the choice of perspective, the choice of the scale, you can be very creative in non-fiction too, so that you can mask and circumnavigate the areas where your knowledge isnt straight and focus on stuff you really researched and know. Good Fiction is the art of writing a lie which is believable and compelling at the same time. The work is more in the actual act of writing.

    In Non-Fiction you need to check if your statements matches the facts. In Fiction you need to check if your statements lies within the space of possibilities that is created by your other statements and the readers expectation and imagination.

    Non-Fiction is like drawing a picture of something that is in front of you. Fiction is like drawing a picture of something that you have in your mind. Surely, you have the freedom to draw anything. But at the start its just you and the huge, white canvas to fill, and at the end the picture has to be as beautiful as the picture with the model.


    • shadesmar
      June 25, 2017

      Also it is wrong that fiction involving only fictional events and characters. Some, or the most, or even all of the characters and events can be non-fictional and fact based and still you can write fictional storys with them. Think of historical tv shows: in them you have all those characters and events which are documented to have existed some time ago, but the story is also somewhat embroidered with fictional elements.

      Fiction can involve much research and investigation too. One example i just have in mind is the Vikings series where the film crew went into great length to depicture our knowledge about the culture and particularly the ship building techniques based on recent archeologic findings. Fiction is not bound to fictional stuff whereas it is the opposite for non-fiction.


  14. rana qamar
    September 30, 2017

    Awesome! It helped me a lot.THANK YOU very veryyyyyyy muchhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  15. Nasirvt
    December 26, 2017

    Simple explanation. I like it


  16. Misbahu yasin
    January 6, 2018

    That is good but could you add some Explanation


  17. Sukanta mata
    January 9, 2018

    Excellently carried-out …awesome description


  18. Ndubuisi
    April 22, 2018

    Its of great help


  19. Tŕöñg
    March 27, 2019

    Easy language to understand. Somehow okay !but then not satisfied.


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