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Publications:
The Quantum Theory of Observation in Modern Literary Theory and Literature: An Analysis of Pre-/Post-words Language in Creative Literary Works

This paper explores the nature of observation while reading as a process of re/deconstruction within a triangle among the text, the reader's mind, and the literary theories involved.

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Published online: August 7, 2015

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The Psycho-philosophic Melancholy in Bohumil Hrabal's "Too Loud a Solitude": Constructive Literature, Destructive Culture

The main character, anguished from maniac-depressive states, bringing about melancholia, portrays a man of modern literature, "complexified" culture (Lyotard's Term), absurdity, and nothingness from a psycho-philosophical view point.

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Article: Electronic

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