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By fictional elements i mean , Setting, Character, Conflict, Symbol, and Point of View and theme. But i am focusing strictly on conflict.. other than that does the rest of it make sense?

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  1. non-fiction = true, factual; these are usually biographies, autobiographies, histories

    fiction = imaginative, made-up characters, events, dialogue, etc.; may be based on something historical or factual, but mostly imaginative

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