The Consciousness Effect: Representation of Subjectivity in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse and James Joyce’s Ulysses

Falando em Literatura in english? Yes! Elton Uliana’s article, he’s Brazilian, bachelor of English Literature from University Birkbeck College, University of London. Enjoy! The Consciou…

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Blindness and Insight: The Meaning of Form in F.S. Flint’s Malady, by Elton Uliana

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Blindness and Insight: The Meaning of Form in F.S. Flint’s Malady

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Frank Stuart Flint (London, 19 December 1885 – Berkshire, 28 February 1960)

Malady (F.S. Flint)

I MOVE:

perhaps I have wakened;

this is a bed;

this is a room;

and there is light . . .

Darkness!

Have I performed

the dozen acts or so

that make me the man

men see?

The door opens,

and on the landing —

quiet!

I can see nothing: the pain, the weariness!

Stairs, banisters, a handrail:

all indistinguishable.

One step farther down or up,

and why?

But up is harder. Down!

Down to this white blur;

it gives before me.

Me?

I extend all ways:

I fit into the walls and they pull me.

Light?

Light! I know it is light.

Stillness, and then,

something moves:

green, oh green, dazzling lightning!

And joy! this is my room;

there are my books…

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