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But, in addition, the philosophical issues raised by the participants in level-three exchanges are those of contemporary debate over the theories of Spinoza (as the hypothetical paths of action suggested by the narrator reflect Leibniz’s theory of possible worlds). The play between levels one and three is not simply dependent on the illusions of literalism and verisimilitude. It demonstrates how each becomes a context for the interpretation of the other. Between these worlds, level two might be seen to act as a reinforcing link, not least through the truth-claims of the narrator.

15 Bourdieu points out that the creation of an audience for any text is affected by other text-audience relationships in operation at the time of production (1996:47– 112). 16 The question of the position of authors and audiences at this time is significant to our understanding of face-issues in the eighteenth century. It is also a reminder that the conditions of production and author-audience relationships, which hold for later texts, are not universal. Diderot is working partly under the patronage system, and also by this time has his own private sources of income (see Couturier 1991:40).

67) Here, the context of level two is no longer confined to the process of storytelling, but extends to extra-textual activities no longer directly linked with narrative acts. It remains fictional, but calls for a speculation and reflection by the reader on actual-world states of affairs. In addition, the allusions to a network of intertexts cross the divide between world levels. 31 The autonomy of fictional worlds, too, is broken, as the narrator can meet a figure from a play by Molière: ‘Moi, qui vous parle, j’ai rencontré le pendant du Médecin malgré lui, que j’avais regardé jusque-là comme la plus folle et la plus gaie des fictions’ (82).

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