4 edition of Dictionary of fictional characters. found in the catalog.
Dictionary of fictional characters.
|LC Classifications||PR19 .F7|
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|Pagination||ix, 458 p.|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||63022211|
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Folio: N/A. Year Published: Seller Rating: % positive. Dictionary of fictional characters by Freeman, William, ; Urquhart, Fred, ed. Publication date Topics English literature, American literature, Characters and characteristics in literature Publisher Boston, The Writer, inc Internet Archive Books Pages: rows This list is comprised of some of the most Dictionary of fictional characters.
book names from fictional. Sir Anthony Absolute (The Rivals) Nick Adams (In Our Time and others) Parson Adams (Joseph Andrews) Frankie Addams (The Member of the Wedding) Anthony Adverse (Anthony Adverse) Captain Ahab (Moby Dick) Albertine (Remembrance of Things Past; or, In Search of Lost Time) Alceste (La Misanthrope).
Dictionary of fictional characters. book A readers' guide to s fictional characters from novels, short stories, poems, plays, and operas, mostly by British and American authors, but including some foreign-language classics popular in : Martin Seymour-Smith.
Dictionary of fictional characters. [Martin Seymour-Smith; William Freeman] -- "The definitive guide to o fictional characters from novels, short stories, poems, plays, and operas by British and American authors"--Cover. Fictional Characters, Now Real Words Scrooge or Pollyanna.
A Pollyanna, or an extreme optimist, and a Scrooge, or curmudgeon, may be as different as night and day, but one thing these nouns have in common is that they both come from characters in beloved books, made into popular movies. Dictionary of fictional characters.
[Martin Seymour-Smith; William Freeman] -- Identifies more than fifty thousand fictional characters and the nmovels, short stories, poems, plays, and operas in which they appear. "First U.S. edition"--Title page verso Originally published: The Dent dictionary of fictional characters.
London: Dent, "The definitive guide to o fictional characters from novels, short stories, poems, plays, and operas by British and American authors"--CoverPages: fictional definition: 1. imaginary: 2. imaginary. Learn more. Characters and characteristics in literature -- Dictionaries.
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5 Lists of play characters. 6 Lists of sequential art characters. Lists of anime and manga characters. Lists of comic book characters. Lists of comic strip characters. Lists of webcomics characters. 7 Lists of television series characters.
List of live-action television series characters. Lists of animated series characters. invented as part of a work of fiction: Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective. of, like, or characterized by fiction: He used a fictional situation to explain the subject.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: London: Dent, Includes indexes. Famous Fictional Characters Everyone Knows show list info Even if you have never read the book, seen the movie, or read the comic book; you most likely have heard of these characters.
Fictional Characters dictionary. From animation to reality tv to video games, we have this fictional character guide so you’ll never be guessing. Ponyboy Curtis is the main character and narrator of S. Life is messy, bruising, but also full of intoxicating adventures.
Which might explain why I still love reading The Outsiders — a book that I first came to love as a kid — and why so many others are still reading it five decades after it was first published in Best Characters in Fiction Since From Book magazine, March/April Listen to the Talk of the Nation discussion.
1 - Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, In my historical fiction set inI have used a (real person) wealthy philanthropist as a character in the story. His father and step-mother, as well as one of his closest friends, are briefly mentioned as well. Fictional characters synonyms, Fictional characters pronunciation, Fictional characters translation, English dictionary definition of Fictional characters.
Noun 1. fictional character - an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction ; "she is the main character in the novel" character, fictitious. ‘a reference book for operaphiles the answer to a prayer for those who attend operas without doing their homework properly’ - Sir George ChristieA unique and authoritative A-Z reference work that will answer all your questions on who's who in opera.
Contains over 2, lively entries on operatic characters, with information on the creator of the role and notable performances. Dictionary entry details • FICTIONAL CHARACTER (noun) Sense 1. Meaning: An imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story) Classified under: Nouns denoting people.
Synonyms: character; fictional character; fictitious character. Context example: she is the main character in the novel. Hypernyms ("fictional character. an uncomplicated character in a story who is illustrated by very few traits. A flat character is opposite to a round character.
Although such characters are important, they tend to remain static in their temperaments and personalities throughout the story. Example: Mr. Collins in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice is a flat character. A person in a fictional work. Urban Dictionary and our advertising partners set cookies on your computer to improve our site and the advertisements you see.
In fiction, dictatorship has sometimes been portrayed as the political system of choice for controlling dystopian societies in books, video games, TV and movies.
Below is a list of fictional Groups: British regiments. Spider-Man. Spider-Man is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko.
He first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. Lee and Ditko conceived of the character as an orphan being raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, and as a teenager, having to deal with the normal struggles of.
Synonyms for characters at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for characters.
People familiar with Beast Boy will occasionally reference him with respect to other fictional characters with green skin or hair or shapeshifting powers. Fans frequently ship Beast Boy and fellow DC Comics character Raven in fanfiction and fan art, where the pair is.
Synonyms for fictional at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for fictional. The closest thing I've found so far would be this: Lists of fictional characters In addition, Wikipedia has a proposed database of fictional characters here.
Usage Fiction. Frequently, the author surrogate is the same as the main character and/or the protagonist, and is also often the an example, the author surrogate may be the one who delivers political diatribe, expressing the author's beliefs, or expound on the strengths and weaknesses of other characters, thereby communicating directly the author's opinion on the characters.
Anarchism is defined by The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics as "the view that society can and should be organized without a coercive state."  However, fictional anarchists are subject to the personal interpretations and opinions of Anarchism held by the creator, and as such may imbue negative anarchist stereotypes.
fiction (fĭk′shən) n. 1. a. The category of literature, drama, film, or other creative work whose content is imagined and is not necessarily based on fact.
b. Works in this category: the fiction of Virginia Woolf. c. A work within this category: the shorter fictions of Faulkner. 2. a. Narrative, explanatory material, or belief that is not true or.In India, recourse can be had to trademark law which recognises that fictional characters enjoy goodwill, and provides relief for cases of ‘character merchandising’.
Character merchandising has been defined as involving the exploitation of fictional characters by licensing these fictional characters in the case of Star India Private Limited.Non-fictional synonyms, Non-fictional pronunciation, Non-fictional translation, English dictionary definition of Non-fictional.
noun books, magazines etc giving facts, information etc, ie not stories, novels, plays, poetry. I like reading fiction as well as non-fiction.