- Linda (film), a 1960 film
- Linda (1993 TV film), a 1993 TV film, starring Richard Thomas, Virginia Madsen
- "Linda", a poem by Patti Smith from her 1972 book Seventh Heaven
- LINDA, the London Investigation 'N' Detective Agency, seen in the Doctor Who episode "Love & Monsters"
- Linda (Sesame Street), a character on the children's program Sesame Street
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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:
“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 (19401992)
“If there were genders to genres, fiction would be unquestionably feminine.”
—William Gass (b. 1924)