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It’s Not All In the Fictional Details Said the Ham

August 13, 2020

The fictional details make up a story, sure. Those details prop up your fictional universe after all. Fictional details are the backbone of your story. Take the National Treasure movie series, a lot of details went into each scene that showed a clue, or a treasure piece. Or in the same genre, Sleepy Hollow, the TV show, the new version was cool. The fiction in this story is awesome, only because it is about a guy who wakes up in the 21st century, when slavery after a fashion, is over. Stories are all about fictional details, devices, and tropes. A trope is a commonality in the story or a theme, and in the case of fictional details, the library Sleepy Hollow characters had access to in season 4, is a trope since knowledge is power.

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