Fictional history is a section of a novel based on real facts but the storyline being an imagination of the author only. It confuses some readers, but it is a good strategy to incite interest and gain a following.
Stories of the Famous Fictional History Books by David H. Thurman
Fictional histories are products of the imagination, yet still based on real past events. The most famous are Dan Brown's the DA Vince Code and Angels & Demons.
Fictional history is a section of a novel based on real facts, but the storyline being an imagination of the author only. It confuses some readers, but it is a good strategy to incite interest and gain a following.
It may be based on real past events yet the story itself was revised such that it is still classified as fiction. Fictional history has been made timeless and endearing to all the people. It greatly influences the beliefs formed in the minds of the readers or viewers.
It can be squeezed into a novel or any short story as a way also to inform readers of what happened before. They may be reading something fictional, yet factual at the same time. Some might not be fond of history when reading it straight from an academic book, but will enjoy it more if these facts are inserted in his favorite book.
Fictional history recounts the real events that happened in history while changing some settings or deviating from the real phenomenon to suit his writing. These stories are real but the characters of the said stories are all fictional.
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