- Wallace (Sin City), protagonist of the Sin City graphic novels
- Wallace Breen, primary antagonist of the 2004 computer game Half-Life 2
- Wallace (The Wire), character on The Wire
- Wallace, principal character in the British animated series Wallace and Gromit
- Eli Wallace, a main character on Stargate Universe.
- Wallace Fennel, a character on Veronica Mars.
- Wallace, a character in the Pokémon universe
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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:
“A predilection for genre fiction is symptomatic of a kind of arrested development.”
—Thomas M. Disch (b. 1940)
“Coincidence is a pimp and a cardsharper in ordinary fiction but a marvelous artist in the patterns of facts recollected by a non-ordinary memorist.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“It seems that the fiction writer has a revolting attachment to the poor, for even when he writes about the rich, he is more concerned with what they lack than with what they have.”
—Flannery OConnor (19251964)