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The narrator ‘automatically uses the appropriate evidentiality suffix to testify his personal knowledge or ignorance of a phenomenon; on the other hand, he employs this linguistic means in order to deny or confirm his knowledge of certain events he relates, thereby conveying some information about himself and about how he wants to be seen by the addressee’ (Dedenbach-Salazar Sáenz 1997: 159). For instance, the narrators tend to use the ‘direct’ (visual) evidential -mi to describe feasts and rites which he seems to have witnessed; but they switch to reported -si ‘to deny personal knowledge’ of ‘barbarian’ customs, that is, ‘in order to document the non-witnessing of an event and/or to deny having witnessed it’ (p.
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