List of metafictional works

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This is a partial list of works that use metafictional ideas. Metafiction is intentional allusion or reference to a work's fictional nature. It is commonly used for humorous or parodic effect, and has appeared in a wide range of mediums, including writing, film, theatre, and video gaming.

Novels, novellas and short stories[edit]

Pre-20th century works[edit]

Modern and contemporary works[edit]

Children's books and young adult fiction[edit]

Animated short films[edit]

Stage plays[edit]

Pre-20th century plays[edit]

Modern theater works[edit]

Musicals[edit]

Films[edit]

Television shows[edit]

Comic strips, comic books and graphic novels[edit]

Interactive media and video games[edit]

Web videos[edit]

Multiple authors[edit]

Artists' books[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b Popovich, Ljudmila Mila. "Metafictions, Migrations, Metalives: Narrative Innovations and Migrant Women's Aesthetics in Giannina Braschi and Etel Adnan". International Journal of the Humanities. 9 (10) – via Academia.
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  4. ^ Peter Siljedahl (1996). "Bert och Boysen" (in Swedish). Boktips. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
  5. ^ a b c d Muncy, Jack (2016-01-18). "The Best New Videogames Are All About … Videogames". Wired. Retrieved 2016-01-18.