Fiction and Imitation. Pavel, T. Poetics Today, 21(3):521, 2000.
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Deals with the resemblance between the imaginary features of literary worlds and the objects and properties that belong to the actual universe. Discussion of the views on mimesis defended in the literary works by Lubomír Dolezel, Dorrit Cohn, and Jean-Marie Schaeffer; Examination of the position that imitation plays a role in fiction; Elaboration of an argument regarding the representation of human beings in literary fiction; .
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  title = {Fiction and {Imitation}},
  volume = {21},
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  abstract = {Deals with the resemblance between the imaginary features of literary worlds and the objects and properties that belong to the actual universe.  Discussion of the views on mimesis defended in the literary works by Lubomír Dolezel, Dorrit Cohn, and Jean-Marie Schaeffer; Examination of the position that imitation plays a role in fiction; Elaboration of an argument regarding the representation of human beings in literary fiction; .},
  number = {3},
  urldate = {2015-09-26TZ},
  journal = {Poetics Today},
  author = {Pavel, Thomas},
  year = {2000},
  keywords = {COHN, Dorrit, DOLEZEL, Lubomir, FICTION, MIMESIS in literature, SCHAEFFER, Jean-Marie},
  pages = {521}
}
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