Simpson - in Fiction

In Fiction

  • The Simpsons, popular animated sitcom airing from 1989 through present
    • The Simpson family, central characters of the series The Simpsons

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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:

    If there were genders to genres, fiction would be unquestionably feminine.
    William Gass (b. 1924)

    The purpose of a work of fiction is to appeal to the lingering after-effects in the reader’s mind as differing from, say, the purpose of oratory or philosophy which respectively leave people in a fighting or thoughtful mood.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)