The Puzzle of the Flash Stockman: A Reply to David Lewis

Analysis 47 (2):93 - 95 (1987)
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This is a short note on a problem arising from lewis's account of 'truth in fiction'. In the case of the unreliable narrator, A writer, On lewis's view, Must pretend to pretend. An explanation is offered for this in terms of mimicry or impersonation, And some consequences drawn about fictional ontology
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