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Codering Classificatietitel Add Mod ?
F Fictie
Use with: (all F* codes) may be used with PLACE 1* and/or TIME PERIOD 3* Qualifiers where these aspects are particularly pertinent & significant; appropriate non-fiction codes may be added after F* codes to indicate specific central themes or topics in fiction
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FB Fictie: algemeen en literair
Use for: literary & non-genre fiction where date not known; prefer FBA or FBC as appropriate where possible. Use with: (all FB* codes) may be used with other F* codes indicating themes, genres or features where applicable
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FC Biografische fictie
Use for: highly fictionalised accounts of the lives of real people (including fictionalised autobiographies). Use with: FV where applicable. Zie ook: DN* Biografie en non-fictieproza en zijn subcategorieën
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FD Speculatieve fictie
FF Misdaad en mysteriefictie
FG Sportfictie
Use with: S* codes to indicate specific sport featured
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FH Thriller / spannende fictie
FJ Avonturenroman
FK Horror en bovennatuurlijke fictie
FL Sciencefiction
FM Fantasy
FN Mythes en sprookjes
Class here: myths & legends, folk & fairy tales or fables told in a story form. Use for: modern retellings in novel form or collections of these type of traditional stories aimed primarily at adults. Zie ook: DBS* Sagen, epossen en heldenverhalen en zijn subcategorieën, QRS* Oude religies en mythologieën en zijn subcategorieën, JBGB Folklore, mythen en legendes, YFJ Kinderen / tieners: fictie: traditionele verhalen
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FP Erotische fictie
Use for: stories of an erotic nature that deal explicitly with sexual relationships and themes, that are not primarily a romance story. Do NOT use with FRX. Use with: INTEREST Qualifier 5X as appropriate. Zie ook: FRX Erotische romance
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FQ Hedendaagse levensstijl fictie
Class here: ‘chick lit’, ‘lad lit’, ‘romantic comedy’, ‘feel good’ fiction. Use for: stories set in the present day or contemporary settings, dealing with everyday themes or lifestyles, usually in a light-hearted manner
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FR Romantiek
FS Gezinsleven fictie
Use for: novels of domestic or small-scale family life. Zie ook: FT Familiesaga’s
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FT Familiesaga’s
Class here: family sagas. Use for: novels which chronicle the fortunes of a family or families often over generations. Do NOT use for Icelandic or Norse sagas. Zie ook: FS Gezinsleven fictie
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FU Humoristische fictie
Use for: fiction where humour is the primary aim & feature except prefer genre-specific ‘humorous’ headings where available. Use with: other F* codes as appropriate
FV Historische fictie
Use for: stories set in the past (typically before the writer’s lifetime), where the time period is a significant or essential part of the story and that portray the spirit, manners, and social conditions of that time with realistic detail. Use with: other F* codes as appropriate. Use with: PLACE 1* and/or TIME PERIOD 3* Qualifiers to indicate setting as appropriate. Prefer genre-specific ‘historical’ headings where available. Zie ook: FFH Historische misdaad en mysteries, FJH Historische avonturenroman, FMH Historische fantasy, FRH Historische romantiek
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FW Religieuze en spirituele fictie
Use for: fiction designed to promote a particular religious, spiritual or visionary message. Use with: 5PG* values from INTEREST Qualifiers as appropriate, or where unavailable, a QR* or VX* code. Use with: other F* codes, for example FR, for Religious romance novels
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FX Fictie: verhalende thema’s
Use with: (all FX* codes) other F* codes indicating genre or type, to indicate the underlying narrative theme of a work of fiction. FX* codes should never be the primary or main subject code
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FY Fictie: speciale kenmerken
Use with: (all FY* codes) with other F* code indicating genre or type. FY* codes should never be the primary or main subject code
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FZ Fiction companions
Use for: companion works to popular fiction series or titles, typically uncritical, such as an atlas of a mythical world, a compendium of characters, a guide to the series, etc. Zie ook: DSR Literaire naslagwerken, XR* Graphic novel en stripboeken: gidsen en recensies en zijn subcategorieën
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