Highly visibleThis trope confuses me. Clearly this is something that arises when the work is set in what supposed to be our universe where the makers of this work are also supposed to live and have their impact on it. But what exactly is this trope? When the creators donít exist within their work? When they do? Laconic suggests former, but lots of examples are latter (and they are not said to be sub/in/ aversions), description seems not to take sides and just depicts a phenomenon. I found these variations within examples:
edited 2nd Aug '12 4:58:06 PM by kundoo
The word "paradox" is in the title. it's suppose to be that confusing.
Highly visibleYeah. That's why I think the trope should be not about paradox itself, but rather about how different works deal whith it.
No, the other one.Would you be able to write up definitions that hold up on their own for those internal subtropes? What you wrote in the OP was mostly just confusing, as they all drew on each other.
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