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Baldin Ruben Class 5A
The adoption of the interior monologue Plot is reduced to the minimum There are simultaneous time and chronological time Omniscient third person narrator The shift of the point of view Poetical language with poetical devices
Stream of consciousness Simultaneous time No punctuation Narrative realism Mythic method
Stream of consciousness a narrative device to depict the multitudinous thoughts and feelings which pass through the mind.
In James Joyce Intellectual analysis of human being supported by a searched and brave language ( metaphors and new words) and without the inseriment of the third person narrator extreme objectivity of events, and the narrator is covered in Virginia Woolf Use the third narrator, and indirect interior monologue to represent a gap between chronological and interior time, the retoric speech of analogy rappresents a lighthouse for for the reader the narrator is also present, he helps the reader to orient in the text
“a sudden spiritual manifestation, whether in the vulgarity of speech or of gesture or in a memorable phase of the mind itself. He believed that it was for the man of letters to record these epiphanies with extreme care, seeing that they themselves are the most delicate and evanescent of moments. “ quotation by James Joyce’ s Stephen hero
in James Joyce it is a realization that occurs at the end of the story (it has a similar function to moral in fairy tales), it happens at a time like lightning (in a short part of time). in Virginia Woolf it is a process that develops during the all story, it is the result of a reflection in a very long time.
Fonetic retoric speech In both artist have function to find the associations between the events described and memories to start the reflections of themselves Accompany the advent of epiphany have the same function of leimotiv in music
Analogies Use of stream of consciousness Focus on the psychology of characters Use of fonetic retoric speech and symbolism exceed the canons of romance buildum Different presentation of epiphany level of objectivity (higher in James Joyce) Differences
Sources: notes during english lessons, notes of teacher in site, and virginia-woolfs-moment-importance