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Donald Barthelme's short story "At the Tolstoy Museum" belongs to his "Picture Texts" and "Art Gallery" that pastes common objects obtained from the world in unexpected proximity on the picture plane and overturns their predictability as artistic symbols. The paper reaches the conclusion that Donald Barthelme's visual approach in the short story "At the Tolstoy Museum" is similar to René Magritte's process of "resemblance". A composition's "resemblance" to the world deceives the viewer intodoi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s2p200 fatcat:p5vw5p422fgzhk2aitc4vgzfii