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Published on May 2, 2008

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CONSPIRACY FICTION : CONSPIRACY FICTION con·spir·a·cy: (kn-spîr-s)n. pl. con·spir·a·cies : con·spir·a·cy: (kn-spîr-s)n. pl. con·spir·a·cies 1. An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act. 2. A group of conspirators. 3. Law An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action. 4. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design Conspiracy Theory: : Conspiracy Theory: Conspiracy theory either attempts to explain the ultimate cause of an event or a chain of events as a secret plot by a covert alliance, or theorizes on how and why such an alliance could and would have accomplish their plot. Conspiracy fiction : Conspiracy fiction Conspiracy fiction, which is also accepted as paranoid thriller, is a kind of fiction that deals with conspiracies in its plot. Conspiracy fiction generally make use of such themes, in which a detective or an ameteur researcher of govermental documments come accross something illegal in his or her inspectation. Then plot reaches an insoluble point . Later every clues behind the events begin to be solved. Generally science fiction and detective stories contains conspiracies and uses similiar plots because of the dramatic potentiality of conspiracies. This “man-in peril” stories appeal many readers. elements In conspiracy fictions: rumours, lies, Propagandas Anti-propagandas Conspiracy fiction become popular especially after 1960’s and 1970’s due to such notably scandals and events as, Vietnam War, assasination of President Kennedy, etc… : Conspiracy fiction become popular especially after 1960’s and 1970’s due to such notably scandals and events as, Vietnam War, assasination of President Kennedy, etc… Shakespeare’s “julius Ceasar” can be accepted as one of the most widely-known conspiracy fiction in world’s literature. : Shakespeare’s “julius Ceasar” can be accepted as one of the most widely-known conspiracy fiction in world’s literature. EXAMPLES FOR CONSPIRACY THRILLERS : EXAMPLES FOR CONSPIRACY THRILLERS The Da Vinci Code : The Da Vinci Code “The Da Vinci Code” of Dan Brown is a popular conspiracy fiction of recent times. Even 40 million hardcovers of this book are not to be able to provide enough coppies for the world market. Its theme deals with many events ranging from the Fall of Rome to the assasination of President John F. Kennedy.What atracts the readers attantion to this book is the reversal of many commonly accepted truths like that “jesus never died on the cross” The demolition of the Twin Towers in New York and Invasion of Aphganistan and Iraq are recent sources for conspiracy theories. : The demolition of the Twin Towers in New York and Invasion of Aphganistan and Iraq are recent sources for conspiracy theories. FILMS : FILMS Oliver Stone’s film “JFK( John F. Kennedy)” 1991, which won the Academy Award, is one of the famous conspirascy thriller films that try to enlighten secret realities behind important events. Taking inspiration from the boks of New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison and conspiracy writer Jim Mars, the film claims that due to his reluctunce to invade Cuba to overthrow Fidel Castro and intention to withdraw American armed forces form Vietnam War, President John F. Kennedy was killed by members of CIA, the Military-Industrial Complex and President Lyndon Baines Johnson. TV SERİES : TV SERİES The X-files, Kurtlar Vadisi, Kurtlar Vadisi Pusu are popular contemporary tv series based on conspiracies. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DEVOTİNG YOUR TİME : THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DEVOTİNG YOUR TİME

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