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The article identifies three properties of cultural icons: the recognizability, the ability to generate a community, the tendency of being "reworked". The latter recalls Eco's thought that, in order to become "iconic", a text must be "dismembered" and enjoyed one piece at a time. Later, Eco identified two new requirements: a completely furnished world and the abundance of intertextual archetypes. Our aim is to clarify the nature of these archetypes and the distinctive features of the worlddoi:10.12977/ocula2020-5 fatcat:ifaimacxtjhh3lrgeqscm4e2t4