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Fictio generum

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Fictio generum,[1] etiam fictio popularis appellata, in commerico librorum venumdandorum, est fictio se accommodans ut in certum genus litterarum apta sit, lectores fautoresque illius generis iam scientes ad se alliciens.[2]

Doris Lessing in feriis litterarum Coloniae anno 2006.

Fictio generum a fictione litteraria plerumque distinguitur, sed nonnulli scriptores fictionis litterariae fictionem generum etiam scripserunt. Exempli gratia, Ioannes Banville mythistorias criminales nomine Benjamin Black etiam profert, ambaeque Doris Lessing et Margarita Atwood fictionem scientificam in vulgus acceptam pepererunt. Georgius Simenon, creator mythistoriarum inquisitoriarum de Maigret, ab Andrea Gide "mythistoricissimus ex mythistoriarum scriptoribus in litteris Francicis" appellatus est.[3]

Principalia genera in publicatione hodierna adhibita sunt fictio criminalis et inquisitoria, fictio phantastica (de phantasia), fictio romantica, fictio scientifica, fictio occidentalis, fictio inspirationalis, fictio gothica, et fictio horroris.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. French, "Literary Fiction vs Genre Fiction."
  3. Anglice "the most novelistic of novelists in French literature" (Claffey et Feeney 1989).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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