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Objective: Introduction, Section I, King Alfred the Great Works of fiction are those that are invented. Novels, short stories, fables are fictional. They contain created characters and situations. Non-fiction works are, quite simply, the opposite. These are works based in fact. History, how-to, biographies, autobiographiesare non-fiction. Alfred the Great is non-fiction. It uses historical documents to write a biography of a real person, keeping the "narrative" as close...
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