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FICTION - Generally, fiction means anything imaginary or untrue. In literature, fictions are literary pieces of writing (e.g. novel, novella, story, short story), which's plot is imaginary or untrue.

NON-FICTION - Non-fiction is quite the contary. It is the opposite of fiction.
As a general term, non-fiction means something that is real, and undoubtedly true. In literature, non-fiction is known to be any literary piece of writing which is written based on a true fact, event. Sometimes non-fictions can be biographies or autobiographies of famous men of the past or present.

Similarity(s) - Both are literary pieces of writing.
Difference(s) - They are two opposite things. Fiction is untrue; non-fiction is true. That is the major dissimilarity or difference.

Fiction stories are made up by the writer. They define the writer's imagination. 
Non-fiction stories are always fact-based and genuine.

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