Pretending and Meaning

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Publisher : Praeger

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Page : 125 pages

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This highly original investigation into fictional discourse addresses the question: How is it possible for fiction writers to mean something serious? Drawing upon Paul Grice's interrogation of meaning and implicature, Henry offers a systematic correlation between what it is to pretend and what it is to mean.

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