(Tf)2 represents the fictive temperature of the glass formed by fast cooling.
Here comes Paley: seemingly incapable of a banal sentence, a loose observation, or a distracted fictive moment.
Indeed, many of the key works of this burgeoning documentary golden age have blended real and fictive elements with abandon.
But there’s also a part of Bastard Countryside that resides someplace else; in a fictive realm that gestures towards some unknown, a less certain landscape."
The Lord Chandos Letter), a fictive missive from Lord Chandos to Sir Francis Bacon.
The most common of these is adoption, although other forms of fictive kinship are also used.
Other forms of fictive kinship are the familiar blood brotherhood of Balkan Europe, the mit of Nepal, and the oyabun-kobun of rural Japan.
Where such cultural taboos existed, managers were almost always either real outsiders (imported foreigners) or fictive outsiders (slaves).
It leaves Sacramento in 1863, and not a minute too soon, for in a sense—which is only a little fictive—it is racing the technology of mining.
Tailoring “Mind Hunter” into the fictive “Mindhunter,” the series’ creator, Joe Penhall, remakes Douglas as Holden Ford (played by Jonathan Groff).
But, in truth, Dolezal has been dressed precisely as we all are, in a fictive garb of race whose determinations are as arbitrary as they are damaging.
Two years earlier, Senator Joseph McCarthy had made his fictive declaration that the State Department had two hundred and five Communists in its employ.
It was “aberrant, marginal, a fictive state,” a country that existed, “even in its peaceful moments, alternately under a cloud of contingent anarchy or tyranny.”
Within a village all members of a single caste recognize a fictive kinship relation and a sense of mutual obligation, but ideas of fictive kinship extend also to the village as a whole.
It turns out that whenever we are slightly bored—when reality isn’t quite enough for us—we begin exploring our own associations, contemplating counterfactuals and fictive scenarios that only exist within the head.
To attend to the sentences in this way is to adopt the fictive stance towards them, and it is an author’s invitation that readers adopt the fictive stance that makes something a work of fiction rather than non-fiction.
The fourth story, “Max Ferber,” probably the most fictive of the tales, is based on the life of the British painter Frank Auerbach, who, at the age of seven, was sent from his native Germany to Britain, and whose parents died in the Holocaust.
The eighteenth century’s fictive history (not to be confused with what we call “historical fiction”) is the history of private life; the history of what passes in a man’s own mind; true to the Book of Nature; and written in plain, simple style, exhibiting both judgment and invention.
One response was the postmodern novel of William Gaddis, John Barth, John Hawkes, Donald Barthelme, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Coover, Paul Auster, and Don DeLillo—technically sophisticated and highly self-conscious about the construction of fiction and the fictive nature of “reality” itself.
(Although Walton uses “fictions” as a technical term to refer to artworks, his conception of the arts is broad enough to include both high-brow and low-brow; popular and obscure; a variety of specific arts such as poetry and videogames; and—as Stacie Friend (2008) clarifies—both fictive and non-fictive works.)
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Although Walton uses fictions as a technical term to refer to artworks his conception of the arts is broad enough to include both high-brow and low-brow popular and obscure a variety of specific arts such as poetry and videogames and—as Stacie Friend 2008 clarifies—both fictive and non-fictive works