2546: Fiction vs Nonfiction
|Fiction vs Nonfiction|
Title text: The real challenge is how to file Boba Fett's biography of Doris Kearns Goodwin.
| This explanation may be incomplete or incorrect: Created by A FICTIONAL DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN - Please change this comment when editing this page. Do NOT delete this tag too soon.|
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Nonfiction (also spelled non-fiction) is any document or media content that intends, in good faith, to present only truth and accuracy regarding information, events, or people. In contrast, fiction offers information, events, or characters expected to be partly or largely imaginary, or else leaves open if and how the work refers to reality.
|Star Wars||Star Wars is a science-fiction movie released in 1977.|
|The Making of Star Wars||This was a television special about how Star Wars was made, which would make it nonfiction.|
|Star Wars: The Adventures of Boba Fett||This would be one of the Star Wars franchise's continuity of stories, making it fictional. Not a currently extant release, but something like this has been long anticipated, and now possibly inspired by the imminent release (as of the comic's time of posting) of The Book of Boba Fett.|
|Star Wars: The Official Guide to Boba Fett's Armor and Weapons||While the content of this guidebook is entirely fictional, the book is factual. Boba Fett (a fictional character) does in fact have durasteel/Beskar armor (a fictional material), so the book is technically non-fiction.|
|Boba Fett's Gadgets and How He Got Them||This could either be a non-fictional book or docuseries similar to the previous entry, or instead an in-universe adventure series or film.|
|Boba Fett: A Life by Doris Kearns Goodwin||Doris Kearns Goodwin is a historian and biographer who has written biographies of many influential people. Since Goodwin is a non-fiction writer, it could be difficult to determine whether the biography is a fictional account of the character, or a factual account of the fictional history of the character. If the book doesn't establish any new canon, and is instead citing only recorded (fictional) facts from the Star Wars Universe, it could legitimately be considered non-fiction.|
|(title text) Boba Fett's biography on Doris Kearns Goodwin||It is unclear how, or why, a fictional character would write a biography on a real life person, but there's always the possibly that there was a fictional Doris, in-universe to Boba, whose own life and exploits would be natural for an actually fictional factual output.|
- [Cueball is talking to Ponytail and White Hat.]
- Cueball: Star Wars?
- Ponytail: Fiction.
- [Same setting.]
- Cueball: The Making of Star Wars?
- White Hat: Nonfiction.
- [Closeup of Cueball.]
- Cueball: Star Wars: The Adventures of Boba Fett?
- Off-panel voice: Fiction.
- [Closeup of Ponytail.]
- Cueball (off-panel): Star Wars: The Official Guide to Boba Fett's Armor and Weapons?
- Ponytail: Nonfiction, technically.
- [Cueball has lifted a hand palm up as he talks to Ponytail and White Hat.]
- Cueball: Boba Fett's Gadgets and How He Got Them?
- Ponytail: ...Fiction?
- Ponytail: It depends.
- [Cueball is talking to Ponytail and White Hat. Ponytail has turned towards White Hat and has taken a hand to her chin.]
- Cueball: Boba Fett: A Life, by historian Doris Kearns Goodwin?
- Ponytail: Hm.
- White Hat: Maybe we should just have a Boba Fett section.
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