"Picture nouns" are nouns like that have their own content such as, picture, story. In English this characteristics results in ambiguity. When we say "my photo" it may mean:
- A photo that I am in its content. (i.e I am in the picture)
- I own the photo (regardless of its content)
In Latin we might use the genitive case (or even the dative of possession) as well as the possessive adj. My question is how they are applied correctly. In other words:
is fabula mea to be taken on the first/second/both of the meanings above? and the same question for fabula mei.