When you make personal connections to a piece of fiction you?
use your own experiences to better understand characters, events, and ideas
How would an informational article about an historical event differ from a piece of historical fiction about the same event?
* Fictional characters could be put in the real historical event * The historical event could be altered to make the Historical fiction piece have a better plot or storyline. * A lot of important details could be left out on the historical fiction piece. Hope this helps and i understood the question. If your doing a report or something, I really wouldn't rely on the Historical Fiction piece (You just never know what you're…
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It is difficult to understand what you are actually asking, but I'll make a stab at it. In non-fiction, it means the author is using first person point of view. In fiction, it means author intrusion: the author is making personal comments in the story, as though they were telling someone the story. This was popular back in the day, but that was then, this is now. No longer popular.
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