Dissertação de Doutoramento em Literatura Comparada; O objectivo do trabalho é comparar e aproximar os contos de Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield e Clarice Lispector em que a epifania é utilizada como elemento, de um modo ou de outro, determinante na estrutura da narrativa. Este confronto de textos procura provar, tendo em conta a epifania como conteúdo temático e como técnica formal, que esta é um elemento polarizador das ambiguidades modernistas, do conflito de vozes e da dissonância, concretizadas de formas semelhantes e diferentes nos contos de cada uma das escritoras.
Depois de uma breve introdução (capítulo I) que explica os objectivos, os critérios usados e faz um ponto da situação bibliográfica em relação às autoras, o segundo capítulo contextualiza e enquadra a problemática da epifania tendo como ponto de partida o debate sobre a definição e caracterização do conto e o enraízamento da técnica da epifania na complexidade da estética modernista.
O terceiro capítulo mostra a evolução do conceito de epifania no seu sentido secular e particularmente no sentido literário, enfatizado a partir das afirmações de James Joyce, que chama a atenção para os seus tipos e para a sua utilização pelo escritor. Recorda-se também as formas de que o conceito se revestiu nos autores que o utilizaram de modo mais significativo.
O quarto capítulo contextualiza a epifania biográfica e literariamente na obra de cada escritora...
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The scrapbook includes photographs, news clippings, articles, photocopies, political cartoons, invitations, and letters. This scrapbook continues to document Wolf's tenure as Lt. Governor, focusing on anti-drug strategy, literacy, trips to Taiwan and the Dominican Republic, with numerous photographs. Includes photographs of Dan Quayle and President George Bush and notes from Quayle and Mike Castle.
This scrapbook includes photographs, news clippings, articles, photocopies, political cartoons, and invitations. The scrapbook documents Wolf's brief term as governor of Delaware, including the inaugural ceremony, official invitations to dinners, receptions, and the events which occurred while he was in office.