It effectively disrupts the formation of abstract machines of drawing and writing, distorts the overarching "enunciative modalities" operative behind statements as Foucault discusses in depth in The Archaeology of Knowledge, brutally fabulates
and fabricates the virtual, and compromises the abstract machine's existence and efficiency, or "power of ontological auto-affirmation" (Guattari, Chaosmosis 35).
Anna Wulf fabulates
and parodies her emotional experience in the short novels related in the Yellow Notebook of Free Women 4 in order to expose the implicit ironies behind her relationships with men.
the fakerivers: the fax fabulates
the fact that guns xenon
It is the latter that appear in countless tales, legends, fabulates
, and memorates relating to the devil's activities in the everyday life of the peasant.
His imaginative history wherein Catherine the Great enjoys the leeches he uses to bleed her fabulates
an alternative account of time (163).
Such first-person narratives (called "memorates" by folklorists) are less hardy than the "fabulates
" which tend to take over from them and which tell the individual's experiences in the third person.
According to Cixous: "...in spite of the enormity of the repression that has kept them in the "dark"- there is, at this time, no general woman, no one typical woman." (Cixous, 1976, p.876) Anna Wulf, while working on the various motifs for her novel in her Yellow Notebook, fabulates
her identity as Ella.