The website created last summer by Iranian Arab activists is emblematic of the factitiousness
of exile Iranian ethnic minority groups.
What is more alarming, from a Romantic-era Anglo-British standpoint, is that Welsh characters know that their rejection of the past is every bit as historically legitimate as British affirmation of it, and they possess the means to cast light on the inherent factitiousness
of the British historical narrative and, by extension, the Anglo-British national identity as a whole.
However, what Jim discovers via his narrative-within-a-narrative, reduced at the end to "torn scraps of paper in [a] waste-paper basket" (179), is the factitiousness
This spring, the Davis Museum featured works that incorporated such elements as tintypes of anonymous relatives, African statuary, model sailing ships, tobacco, and Georgia red clay to form stunning tableaux uniting fiction and history, trickery and documentary factitiousness
Moreover, while such visual highlighting of the contingency and factitiousness
of what is shown is variously maintained subsequently by the film's often CGI-suffused mise en scene, this is not only complemented by Shutter Island being narratively and expressionistically restricted, like some other films directed by Scorsese, to the perception of its protagonist, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio), but capped by its declared actuality being referred to as an instance of 'radical, cutting-edge role play'--as being, that is, effectively designated, with, epistemologically, due postmodernist connotation, a simulation, 'a real without origin or reality'.
While this is an area of some disagreement and a source of potential additional factitiousness
, it is widely understood that some additional credentialing will be needed to provide more consumer protection (Dorsey, Weinberg, Zane, & Guidi, 2009; Green & Johnston, 2009a; Green & Johnston, 2009b).
13) Raeff's insistence on the transience of politics--the source of factitiousness
among emigres--is understandable, given his emphasis on the unifying factors in emigration.
So far so good, but it does not take the reader long to realize that the fictive world Harris has carefully created is not so "realistic" after all: that--as Kellman puts it--like all Harris's fictive worlds, that of Bull Fire is "a reminder of the factitiousness
of all historical narrative, of the story buried in all history.
As she addresses posterity, Grace lays emphasis on the factitiousness
of trial narratives themselves, which, on occasion, and especially if the trial is of a notorious nature, have less to do with a verifiable truth than they do with the narrative skills of the attorneys involved.