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Diary fiction


  • Fiction written in diary form. For fiction written wholly or partially in the form of letters, telegrams, electronic mail messages, instant messages, etc., see [Epistolary fiction.]
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  • Form

    • Diary fiction
  • Variants

    • Diaries, Fictional
    • Fictional diaries
    • Fictional journals
    • Journal novels
    • Journals, Fictional
  • Broader Terms

    • Fiction
  • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Sources

    • found: LCSH, Oct. 20, 2014(Diary fiction. Here are entered works of fiction written in diary form. Works of fiction written wholly or partially in the form of letters, telegrams, electronic mail messages, instant messages, etc. are entered under Epistolary fiction. UF Dagboksromans; Diary novels; Epistolary journals (Fiction); Fictional journals; Journal novels; Journals, Fictional)
    • found: Henry, L. The fiction dictionary, c1995(Diary fiction: fiction written in the form of a character's journal or diary. Diary fiction shares a lot with epistolary fiction (a story made up of letters) in that the author tries to create the illusion stat the story was written by one of the characters.)
  • General Notes

    • Fiction written in diary form. For fiction written wholly or partially in the form of letters, telegrams, electronic mail messages, instant messages, etc., see [Epistolary fiction.]
  • Example Notes

    • Note under [Epistolary fiction]
  • Change Notes

    • 2014-12-01: new
    • 2015-12-03: revised
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