What is a nonfiction novel? It sounds like an oxymoron - an artificial and deliberate self-contradiction, since surely the very definition of a novel is that it is a work of fiction. Don’t bookshops and libraries divide fiction from nonfiction? American author Truman Capote (1924-1984) coined the phrase “nonfiction novel” in relation to ‘In Cold...
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