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ENG287 February 13 - Introduction to Class Project, The Brown Stocking

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Department
English
Course
ENG287H1
Professor
Adam Hammond
Semester
Winter

Description
th ENG287 – February 13 , 2013 Instructor – A. Hammond Introduction to our Class Project, The Brown Stocking To the Lighthouse is difficult because perceptions and character lens change with no indication. There isn't a logical, linear progression so it doesn't seem rational. There isn't a neat chronology. There isn't a transition between the stream of consciousness and actual plot points/actions that take place. And we aren't explicitly told who is thinking the thoughts that we're being given. Erich Auerbach's Mimesis has a chapter on TTL called 'The Brown Stocking' he focuses on chapter 5. 'It is all mere supposition' 'There is no one order and one interpretation, but many.' There is no one voice that tells us the truth. There are many voices which tell us things but there is no real truth. The author is no longer the objective narrator who tells us the objective truth. To get to the truth there has to be interpretation of all the thoughts from all the characters. There is no governing authority - multi personal representation of consciousness. The characters tell the story, there is no narrator. That, for Auerbach, is Modernist literature. It recognises that everyone is an author of their own story. There is never just one interpretation. For Bakhtin, the novel is a model for a democratic society. Woolf's aim was
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