Student or Learner
"Like all real persons who find themselves snatched into fictions, Aladdin had a superreal presence that challenged the world's boundaries and a simple logic that stretched the rules." -- The Black Book by Orhan Pamuk
real persons snatched into fictions?
a superreal presence that challenged the world's boundaries?
a simple logic that stretched the rules?
Can anybody tell me what kind of a person the writer tries to describe here?
First of all, I have to say that I find these sentences rather self-contradictory, but anyway...
"real persons snatched into fictions"=real ("realistic", if you prefer) persons that find themselves caught in a series of events that are not real (i.e. they are supernatural/unrealistic/unprecedented)
"a superreal presence that challenged the world's boundaries"=It means that Aladdin's (supernatural/surreal) actions and their consequences caused a distortion of the "real world" boundaries.
"a simple logic that stretched the rules?"=Aladdin's simple logic (again we have a reversal. His logic is described as "simple", not surreal) challenged the conditions usually found in "the real world"
Like I said, I find this short text rather self-contradictory