Popular Category:Articles that need to differentiate between fact and fiction


This category contains articles that do not make clear to the reader what is fact and what is fiction, or that the article's subject is fictional, and are thus written contrary to the guidelines at World Heritage Encyclopedia:Manual of Style (writing about fiction) and World Heritage Encyclopedia:Guide to writing better articles#Check your fiction.

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