Roman à clef

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A Roman à clef is a novel which is non-fiction, but contains fictional names to hide the identity of those involved.

Sibel Edmonds, the most gagged person in US history, wrote The Lone Gladio, a roman à clef, after learning that such a book would not be subject to censorship.

 

An example

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Methodical Illusion


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