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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... no. 105 May 2006 of Aumla est. 1953 Aumla
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Why Are Epiphanies So Prominent in Patrick White's Novels?, John Beston , single work criticism
The article examines the function of epiphanies used in the novels of novelist Patrick White. The author explained that White used epiphany as a partial opening into a world beyond, offering the reassurance of a higher state of awareness in an existence that continues after death. White normally places epiphany near the end of a character's life or effective life. In addition, the author asserts that White's epiphanies are solipsistic, revealing the same hollowness that they attempt to cover.
(p. 109-121)
Untitled, Thomas Burvill , single work review
— Review of Creating Frames : Contemporary Indigenous Theatre : 1967-1990 Maryrose Casey , 2004 single work criticism ;
(p. 139-143)

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