All the Things You Are

In Gabriele Usberti (ed.), Modi dell’oggettività. Bompiani. pp. 77–85 (2000)
Abstract
An imaginary dialogue between Andrea Bonomi and Gonzalo Pirobutirro (the main character of Gadda’s novel La cognizione del dolore) aiming to challenge Bonomi’s tenet that a work of fiction defines a domain of objects which is closed with respect to the actual world.
Keywords Fictional characters  Semantics
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