eLABa objektas:   "Language as experience of James Joyce’s world (based on the short story collection Dubliners and the novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man)", 2009,D:20091008:155440-80215
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Institucija Vilniaus universitetas
Mokslo kryptis 04 H - Filologija
Atsakomybė Šležaitė, Indrė - Disertacinio darbo autorius
Ulvydienė, Loreta - Disertacinio darbo gynimo tarybos pirmininkas
Geniušienė, Izolda Gabrielė - Disertacinio darbo gynimo tarybos narys
Krūminienė, Jadvyga - Disertacinio darbo gynimo tarybos narys
Kovtun, Asija - Disertacinio darbo gynimo tarybos narys
Keturakis, Saulius - Disertacinio darbo gynimo tarybos narys
Stulov, Yuri - Disertacinio darbo oponentas
Žindžiuvienė, Ingrida - Disertacinio darbo oponentas
Krūminienė, Jadvyga - Disertacinio darbo konsultantas
Vilniaus universitetas - Mokslinį laipsnį teikianti institucija
Antraštė (-ės) Language as experience of James Joyce’s world (based on the short story collection Dubliners and the novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man)
Kalba kaip Jameso Joyce’o pasaulio patirtis (pagal apsakymų rinkinį ,,Dubliniečiai“ ir romaną ,,Menininko jaunų dienų portretas“)
Santrauka [EN]

The aim of the dissertation is to explore the language of the Irish Modernist James Joyce’s (1882—1941) early prose as a key to understanding of his unique fictional world and profoundly individual artistic vision within the methodological framework of hermeneutics developed by Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900—2002) and Paul Ricoeur (1913—2005). Joyce’s Modernist artistry and verbal sensitivity allowed the writer to create and present new experience through the medium of language. The Joycean text is approached as an ‘open work’ which challenges the hermeneutically trained mind of the ‘ideal reader’ for whom the encounter with a Modernist text opens up inexhaustible possibilities for original re-creations. From this perspective, the reading of Joyce’s fiction may become a ‘cultural festival’ that includes the most creative experience, i.e. a fresh reliving of the event that changes the reader involved in its celebration. As a unique construct of Joyce’s artistic world, the epiphany marks the writer’s distantiation from the literary canons established in the nineteenth century and conveys the mock-naturalistic character of his early Modernism. In Dubliners (1914) and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916), epiphany serves as a means to reveal the movement of language towards meaning. Due to the hermeneutical concern for the reflexive self-understanding, the Joycean epiphany can undoubtedly be referred to as hermeneutical experience.

Raktažodžiai: hermeneutics, modernism, epiphany