Mikami - Fiction

Fiction

  • Ghost Sweeper Mikami, Japanese manga series by Takashi Shiina.
  • Teru Mikami of Death Note
  • Ryo Mikami of Kamen Rider Blade

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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:

    Given that external reality is a fiction, the writer’s role is almost superfluous. He does not need to invent the fiction because it is already there.
    —J.G. (James Graham)

    The beginning of human knowledge is through the senses, and the fiction writer begins where human perception begins. He appeals through the senses, and you cannot appeal to the senses with abstractions.
    Flannery O’Connor (1925–1964)

    My mother ... believed fiction gave one an unrealistic view of the world. Once she caught me reading a novel and chastised me: “Never let me catch you doing that again, remember what happened to Emma Bovary.”
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)