Recently there has been a notable revival in historical fiction.
The world is filled with historical fiction; it is the cant and the sham of the hour.
Whatever may be said of the physical facts of this narrative, its mental facts, its tone and atmosphere, are historical fiction.
Historical fiction and popular fancy delight in such contrasts.
The truth is that in my mind the story is nothing but a serious and even earnest attempt at a bit of historical fiction.
In “Monte-Cristo” Dumas left the path of historical fiction for the romance of his own time.
At any public library he can find a catalogue of historical fiction arranged according to centuries.
Shortly after the marriage, Tolstoi began the composition of a leviathan in historical fiction, War and Peace.
Like historical fiction, drama of the Southwest has been less dramatic than actuality and less realistic than real characters.
Historical fiction dealing with early day Texas is, however, distinctly maturing.