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There is a sliding scale between cliché and archetype; an ar

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There is a sliding scale between cliché and archetype; an archetype is nothing more than a retrieved cliché. The essential difference between the two is not a (i) _______ or stylistic one, but rather the difference between two situations, a (ii) ________ variation between two distinct modes of production and two different moments of history. The originality ostensibly supporting the archetype is revealed as always already manufactured—a (iii) ______ stereotype—just like the cliché.



Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
generic contextual refreshing
local geographical trite
positional hackneyed seminal



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