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Pratchett's theory is in the same vein as what Gottschall describes as "Homo fictus (fiction man), the great ape with the storytelling mind" (xiv) and echoes Herman's idea of "narrative [.
Esto, por supuesto, es uno de los principales rasgos de la novela, lo que permite definirla como un artefacto literario, estetico y poetico, caracterizado principalmente por su naturaleza narrativa y la presencia de un narrador que cuenta una historia de ficcion con asiento en la historia del mundo y la humanidad, sobre la base de dos topicos universales (el amor y la muerte) y que afectan, de manera directa e inmediata, al homo fictus, al hombre de ficcion que solo existe por obra del relato (Brioschi y Girolamo 223-225).
151), traduzione che non tiene conto del valore negativo che ha nel nostro italiano l'aggettivo 'finto,' mentre il fictus del latino significa piuttosto il 'plasmarsi' di una figura.
Ficcion: "la simulacion" de la realidad que realizan las obras literarias, cinematograficas, historicas, o de otro tipo, cuando presentan un mundo imaginario al receptor (el termino procede del latin fictus "fingido," "inventado"), participio del verbo fingere.
19) Of course, the nonexistent character, who is labeled Fictus in both manuscripts, claims to have tied up Saudret as well, but the boy remains free.
19) In Servet's "B" manuscript of the Angers Resurrection from 1491, it is Fictus who proposes playing "Broche en Cul" (p.
Root: The Latin word fingere, meaning "to shape" or "to mold," and its form fictus give us the roots fig and fict.
He first differentiates between Homo Fictus and Homo Sapiens.
Hemingway's make and do, incidentally, are reasonable translations for the Latin root of friction (fictio, fictus, past participle of fingere, to form).
To engage the apartness, the veg disparate demeanors of such proclamations in coherent enterprise is to provide "Freudian" inter-links, none but absurdly applicable to the species of "homo fictus.