HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN AND OTHER HEADLONG EPIPHANIES

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How The Light Gets In

Author : Brian Doyle
ISBN : 9781608336104
Genre : Religion
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Epiphany

Author : James V. Ferguson
ISBN : 1467830186
Genre : Fiction
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Imagine a journey across space and time to a place where no one has been before!Considertheimplicationsof the discovery of other thoughtful beings anda grand Design for the universe; even a purpose for our lives! Come aboard the starship Odyssey and journey to a place of Epiphany, where something wonderful is about to happen!
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Patterns Of Epiphany

Author : Martin Bidney
ISBN : 0809321165
Genre : Literary Criticism
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After explaining his new methodology, Bidney identifies and discusses epiphanies in the works of William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Matthew Arnold, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Walter Pater, Thomas Carlyle, Leo Tolstoy, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Taking his cue from the French philosopher Gaston Bachelard, Bidney postulates that any writer’s epiphany pattern usually shows characteristic elements (earth, air, fire, water), patterns of motion (pendular, eruptive, trembling), and/or geometric shapes. Bachelard’s analytic approach involves studying patterns of perceived experience—phenomenology—but unlike most phenomenologists, Bidney does not speculate on internal processes of consciousness. Instead, he concentrates on literary epiphanies as objects on the printed page, as things with structures that can be detected and analyzed for their implications. Bidney, then, first identifies each author’s paradigm epiphany, finding that both the Romantics and the Victorians often label such a paradigm as a vision or dream, thereby indicating its exceptional intensity, mystery, and expansiveness. Once he identifies the paradigm and shows how it is structured, he traces occurrences of each writer’s epiphany pattern, thus providing an inclusive epiphanic portrait that enables him to identify epiphanies in each writer’s other works. Finally, he explores the implications of his analysis for other literary approaches: psychoanalytical, feminist, influence-oriented or intertextual, and New Historical.
Category: Literary Criticism

Duck Pond Epiphany

Author : Tracey Barnes Priestley
ISBN : 9781938314254
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Though educated as a painter, fifty-three-year-old Lee MacPhearson has lived her life coloring inside of the lines. The quintessential working mother of four, Lee has been the proper faculty wife—an ill-fitting role at best—while somehow managing to nurture her passion project, Mad Dog Gallery, into one of the Pacific Northwest’s most notable galleries. The casualty in all of this has been Lee’s marriage—and her sense of self. Having just delivered her last child to college, Lee is overwhelmed by her empty nest, and she’s left wondering what happened to the woman she once was. But she’s also giddy: finally, the opportunity to decide what she alone wants. Her estranged husband Brian, however, knows exactly what he wants: Lee and the life they once shared. He launches his campaign to reconcile before Lee even sets foot into her newly empty farmhouse, his apologies well-rehearsed. Ultimately, however, Barb Yakamura, Lee’s best friend and the brilliant and irreverent Artistic Director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, is the one who truly overflows with ideas about what Lee should do—including one that leads Lee, Brian, and the entire MacPhearson family to an ending they never expected.
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Epiphany In The Modern Novel

Author : Morris Beja
ISBN : UOM:39015001142481
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Fifteen Years In Exile

Author : Barry Callaghan
ISBN : 1550960253
Genre : Canada
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Pro Ecclesia

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ISBN : UVA:X006067216
Genre : Religion
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Leaping

Author : Brian Doyle
ISBN : 082941813X
Genre : Religion
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Brian Doyle sees stories in everything around him-his children, Catholicism, birds, cars, and friends. In this collection of essays, Brian Doyle celebrates the mystery of life. Advertising
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New Quest

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ISBN : UCAL:B3782287
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Nine Talmudic Readings

Author : Emmanuel Lévinas
ISBN : UOM:39015018909260
Genre : Religion
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“I know of no work that more readily opens this classic of Judaic learning to the general reader.” —The Key Reporter “The appearance in English of nine of Levinas’s essays on talmudic discourse, collected and beautifully translated by Aronowicz, is an important occasion. . . . These essays are crucial to the interpretation of Levinas’s work more generally, [and] Aronowicz’s excellent introduction and occasional notes are very helpful in making this work accessible to those unacquainted with either Talmud or Levinas.” —Religious Studies Review Nine rich and masterful readings of the Talmud by the French Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas translate Jewish thought into the language of modern times. Between 1963 and 1975, Levinas delivered these commentaries at the annual Talmudic colloquia of a group of French Jewish intellectuals in Paris. Here Levinas applies a hermeneutic that simultaneously allows the classic Jewish texts to shed light on contemporary problems and lets modern problems illuminate the texts. Besides being quintessential illustrations of the art of reading, the essays express the deeply ethical vision of the human condition that makes Levinas one of the most important thinkers of our time.
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