Fiction and Novels
- Francisco d'Anconia, character in Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged
- Francisco Vidal (disambiguation)
- Juan Francisco de Vidal (1800–1863), 19th century President of Peru
- Francisco Vidal Gormaz (1837–1907), Chilean navy officer and hydrographer
- Francisco Vidal (Chilean politician), Chilean politician
- Francisco González Gómez (1918–1990), Spanish caricaturist, painter and sculptor who used the pseudonym of Francisco
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“Of all my novels this bright brute is the gayest.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“We ignore thriller writers at our peril. Their genre is the political condition. They massage our dreams and magnify our nightmares. If it is true that we always need enemies, then we will always need writers of fiction to encode our fears and fantasies.”
—Daniel Easterman (b. 1949)