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23 September 2012 @ 09:18 pm
  • A very common fictional concept is that the characters are unaware of the fact that they are characters in somebody else's work of fiction.

    This separation between the characters' world and the audience is the Fourth Wall — named for the imaginary wall at the front of a stage play beyond which the actors are (usually) not supposed to cross.

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