fictional character


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Synonyms for fictional character

an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)

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c] tells Augusto that he exists only as a fictional character or as a product of his author's fantasy, Augusto advocates caution because maybe [Unamuno.
He tells her that he is "not someone with the same name and profession as your fictional character .
Over the past century, fictional characters have become extremely valuable; the Harry Potter films all together, for example, grossed $7.
My favorite fictional character is Humphrey the Hamster in the World According to Humphrey.
6) reveals two things about the circumstances under which the fictional character Holmes was created.
Polling website FiveThirtyEight recently measured the popularity of real-life politicians alongside fictional characters from the Star Wars franchise.
In Barangay Tinago, a candidate superimposed his face on the image of "Panday," or blacksmith Flavio, a fictional character played by the late Fernando Poe Jr.
She gained her confidence from a fictional character.
They were also under the impression that Charles Dickens, one of the most famous writers in English literature, was a fictional character himself.
Caesar's Tribune is a fictional character who is also way ahead of his time but in a very different way .
Roberto is a fictional character whose story makes the actual history vividly real to modern-day readers.
So the acclaimed Latina writer, who now makes her home in San Antonio, Texas, says she must ``cut and paste'' fragments of real-life stories into fictional settings and add in a fictional character or two to arrive at new universal truths.
Henderson describes her journey in painstaking and personal detail, through fictional character Channa Renee Jones.
Buckingham and Koester explore the site and its social, political, and philosophical implications through a suite of meandering narratives related from the point of view of Sandra, a fictional character who moves into the tumbledown "free state" for a summer.