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epiphany

noun comprehension, contemplation, disclosure, divine inspiration, divine revelation, expression, innovation, manifestation, meaning, mystical experience, mystical intuition, prophecy, prophetic, remarkable idea, revelation, revolutionary idea, revolutionnry solution, understanding
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These are epiphanies of two men who have been and continue to be on the center stage of their respective careers.
Obviously, we would all prefer far more epiphanies each day and a few more angels around the world thrown in for good measure.
But the categories that shed most light on the psychology of Frost's playful epiphanies are the ones Sutton-Smith calls Identity, Self, and the Imaginary.
(8.) Carver's arrested epiphanies differ in kind from the epiphanic grasp of negativity that Robert Langbaum describes as "negative epiphany," characterized by experiences that offer "insights into the abyss" (42), "into the puzzle of human existence" (Tigges 22n.
I shall argue that, more than merely constituting a progression in theme between the epiphanies and climactic passages in Portrait, these moments and the defining passage in Stephen Hero are linked by their framing in language this tension between Joyce's and Stephen's constructions of self and sexuality.
Literary epiphanies, we are told, are 'things with structures
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In "Stephen Hero," a posthumously-published autobiographical novel, Joyce described "epiphany" as "a sudden spiritual manifestation, whether in the vulgarity of speech or of gesture or in a memorable phrase of the mind itself," adding that "[i]t 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."
Bidney chooses to study epiphanies through the lens of phenomenology, following the work of Gaston Bachelard.
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The mysterious or nonrational effect produced by epiphanies may also have discouraged theorists from thinking of a given writer's epiphanic moments as a class of constructed objects amenable to systematic study.
Unfolding in marathon paragraphs, this intensity of analytical labor underwrites the epiphanies: no rationalization of idiosyncratic effusions, but rather the retrospective accounting for complexities so perspicuous in their alignment that sensory perception and thought had instantaneously met in a unity startling enough to resemble a religious revelation.