Joyce and epiphany

Joyce and epiphany - Joyce and epiphany Analysis of what...

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Joyce and epiphany Analysis of what Gabriel comes to learn In his encounter with the dead Language and the dead _________________________________________ The history of Ireland in this book starts as a colonial era. ___________________________________________________ Lack of passionate feeling; she is ashamed of him b/c she is talking about Ireland as a colonial era. -he feels that it is not provincial. “And h -Ireland that is backward/ cosmopolitan Europe/ where the artistic spirit is not held back. Mrs. Ivers offers her farewell in irish. -it bothers Gabriel that gretta is from the people of the west “her people are, said Gabriel shortly. (2453) Gabriel’s views are compromised with his association with the paper. Authenticity rubs onto them; literature was about politics “… in gathering such as this we shall sill speak of them with pride and affection, still cherish in our hearts the memory of those … fame the world will not willingly let die. (2461) -they are stories written about young men about the fear of growing old -they could not find the hospitality of IRELAND Aziz invited his guest to the marabar so that they didn’t see his home full of flys. _--___________________________________________________________ HOSPITALITY: “it is not the first time that we have gathered together under his hoitage roof, around the
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