The Creators - Part 12, Sections 68-70 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Part 12, Sections 68-70 and Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Section 68: The Filigreed Self examines how James Joyce (1882-1941) explored other outreaching possibilities of the self and "encompassed time in autobiography, creating new ways to make the self universal" (page 699). He brought together the novel and biography as never before in "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" (1916) and "Ulysses" (1922), by expanding his ideas from childhood and adolescent trials into a personal epic. By making art follow nature and focusing on the act of creation in the arts, Joyce recreated the mystery of art and the universe, making "the language of the self an invitation to rediscover and delight in the mystery" (p. 714).

In Section 69: "I Too Am Here!", Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) shared her wonder at the mystery of the feminine self by experimenting with the self in her writings which...

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