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Fictional Works

Known as: fiction 
Works consisting of creative writing, not presented as factual.
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2016
2016
This article suggests that the postmodern city as represented in recent U.S. literature and cinema is constructed as a symbolic… Expand
2016
2016
For over forty years, philosophers have struggled with the "paradox of fiction", which is the issue of how we can get emotionally… Expand
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2016
2016
BACKGROUND The genome of multiple myeloma (MM) clonal plasma cells is characterized by genetic changes of prognostic importance… Expand
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2015
2015
BACKGROUND 14q32 rearrangement has been identified as a recurrent hotspot of translocations in multiple myeloma (MM). The… Expand
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Highly Cited
2014
Highly Cited
2014
Our life is full of stories: some of them depict real-life events and were reported, e.g. in the daily news or in autobiographies… Expand
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2014
2014
According to fictional realism, the realm of objects includes fictional characters. In ‘Against Fictional Realism’, Anthony… Expand
Review
2014
Review
2014
Fiction (i.e. novels, short stories, and movies) provides an opportunity for imaginative moral reflection and can serve as a… Expand
2012
2012
.................................................................................................................................. 3 Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................. 5 A Note on the Text .................................................................................................................. 6 Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 7 The World of Murakami One: Language of Distance and Proximity ..................................................................... 28 Two: Murakami Haruki and his Landscape: Satellitic, Voyeuristic and Subconscious . 69 Three: Time and Memory .............................................................................................. 127 Murakami in the World Four: World Literature and Murakami: A Writer Who Sits Outside ............................ 180 Five: Cultural Politics and Murakami Haruki: The Critics' Murakami ......................... 238 Conclusion ........................................................................................................................... 295 Appendix Appendix A: Chart Showing the Country and Authors that Japan's First Collection of World Literature, Sekaibungaku zenshū, Included ........................................................ 302 Appendix B: Chart Showing Authors, Titles, Publishers, and Dates of All Japanese Works of Criticism Published after the Publication of 1Q84 ........................................ 303 Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 305 
2010
2010
Live theater is typically designed to alter the state of mind of the audience. Indeed, the perceptual inputs issuing from a live… Expand
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2009
2009
....................................................................................................................................... ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ............................................................................................................. iii TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................. iv LIST OF ARTWORKS .................................................................................................................... v 
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