Here’s what might be the the most accurate, albeit fictional, representation of how I construct my theoretical positions on what is ‘real,’ what is ‘fictional,’ and what is ‘non-fictional.’
In fact, it’s perhaps so good, it doesn’t need additional commentary.
Well, except for this.
Of course, that also depends on whether or not this constitutes commentary.
Which it might.
It’s hard to tell.
Narratives can be complex things.