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Rice, Thomas Jackson. "The Perceptual Model." Joyce, Chaos, and Complexity . Urbana: University of Illinois, 1997. 13-24. Print. Proposition: Every story deals with vision, or lack of vision, as the characters and readers alike try to translate the stories into reality. Goal: The goal is to show how Joyce uses the perceptual model of cognition as defined by the author. Plan: Rice plans to state his proposition and then follow it up with examples from each story. He then analyzes the stories to propose new premises. Audience: The audience is people who read some of Joyces work and wishes to better analyze the stories. Every story deals with vision, or lack of vision, as the characters and readers alike try to translate the stories into reality. In The Sisters, the boy looks upon Father Flynn as he lay dead and finally realizes that he cannot fight death. In An Encounter, the boy visually realizes the dangers of perverted men when he meets the gaze of an old jossers pair of bottle-green eyes. The boy in Araby makes so many realizations about himself while he gazes up into darkness. This directly compares to Evelines blank stare in while he gazes up into darkness.... View Full Document

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