Definition of Fictography

1. Noun. (literature) A fictionalized biography; a biography written about a fictional character. For example, ''Gulliver's Travels'' written by Jonathan Swift but presented as being written by Lemuel Gulliver, the novel's main character. ¹



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fictography (current term)
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