To stage the real mode
of Cato the Younger's death in an uplifting way must have struck Addison as impossible.
returns a table of values showing undefined values of y for -1 < x < 0 and 0 < x < 1 when in real mode
(the TI-84 shows error for -1 < x < 1);
In the real mode
("performance") a sub-network of this spiritual-social network is realized in face-to-face interaction (usually in a ritual context), and coordinated by real clock time; poetic production is here necessarily improvisatory.
This fine book ends with the bonus of a critique of those post-modernists who have seized too eagerly on Mikhail Bakhtin's claim that the "carnivalesque" is the real mode
of the Russian writers, superior to satire.
Camels used to be a real mode
of transportation in Cyprus and here you can have a go yourself.
In essence, the mayor's speech was misinformation about the real mode
of operation in the city government and the lack of empowerment that San Fernando Valley residents have regarding community issues affecting their daily lives.
The second method - constitutive of fiction - is characterized by a shifting of point of view through what I have called a gesture of recentering (Possible Worlds 21-30): the speaker pretends to be a member of the foreign world and describes it in the real mode