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" The dramatic form is reached when the vitality which has flowed and eddied round each person fills every person with such vital force that he or she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life. "
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man - Page 252
by James Joyce - 1916 - 299 pages
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Le texte du roman: approche sémiologique d'une structure discursive ...

Julia Kristeva - Criticism, Textual - 1970 - 209 pages
...rhétorique, le sujet 'je' ï7 c'est le sujet de la littérature, '•'•" "The personality of the anist, at first a cry or a cadence, or a mood and then a...and lambent narrative, finally REFINES ITSELF OUT EXISTENCE, impersonalizas itself, so to speak. The esthetic image in the dramatic form is life purified...
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James Joyce's Aesthetic Theory: Its Development and Application

Dolf Sörensen - Literary Criticism - 1977 - 96 pages
...in which the artist detaches himself becomes less formulaic and consequently gains in meaning: "The dramatic form is reached when the vitality which has...such vital force that he or she assumes a proper and more tangible esthetic life. The personality of the artist, ar first a cry or a cadence or a mood and...
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James Joyce, the Citizen and the Artist

Charles Peake - Literary Criticism - 1977 - 369 pages
...of expressing itself in a personal outburst of emotion, or flowing round the characters and action, 'fills every person with such vital force that he...she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life.' His personality 'finally refines itself out of existence, impersonalises itself, and 'the mystery of...
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Ulysses, the Mechanics of Meaning

David Hayman - Literary Criticism - 1982 - 172 pages
...the action. . . . The dramatic form is reached when the vitality which has flowed and eddied around each person fills every person with such vital force...she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life. (Portrait, pp. 214-15) Substituting the word character for the term "artist," we find that Stephen's...
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The Aesthetics of Dedalus and Bloom

Marguerite Harkness - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 212 pages
...Portrait, the dramatic energy of art is imaged as a sea as the vitality which has flowed and eddied around each person fills every person with such vital force...narrative, finally refines itself out of existence, impersonahses itself. . . . The esthetic image in the dramatic form is life purified in and reprojected...
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James Joyce

Patrick Parrinder - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 262 pages
...fulfilled by the writing of the Portrait itself. The third stage - the dramatic form which is realized when 'the vitality which has flowed and eddied round...person fills every person with such vital force that heor she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life' (P215) - is still more a prophecy for the future....
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James Joyce: The Centennial Symposium

Morris Beja - Fiction - 1986 - 234 pages
...personality of the artist passes into the narration itself . . ." and in the dramatic form, that personality "fills every person with such vital force that he...she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life" (P 215). The author's vitality here is a substance that he injects into the work: there it becomes...
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The Vanishing Subject: Early Psychology and Literary Modernism

Judith Ryan - Literary Collections - 1991 - 267 pages
...takes up and adapts, in effect, Pater's view of the relation between the artist's self and his work: "The personality of the artist, at first a cry or...narrative, finally refines itself out of existence, impersonalises itself, so to speak" (p. 244). Pater's Imaginary Portraits do just that. The word "lambent"...
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

James Joyce - Fiction - 2012 - 192 pages
...old English ballad Turpin Hero, which begins in the first person and ends in the third person. The dramatic form is reached when the vitality which has...narrative, finally refines itself out of existence, impersonal izes itself, so to speak. The esthetic image in the dramatic form is life purified in and...
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The Autobiographical Novel of Co-consciousness: Goncharov, Woolf, and Joyce

Galya Diment - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 199 pages
...can first disperse "the vitality which has flown and eddied round each person," and then "fill . . . every person with such vital force that he or she assumes a proper and intangible esthetic life." Having achieved this "esthetic life" and thus having become not only actors in their own story but...
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