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The French Lieutenant's Woman

             Introduction 3.
             Comprehending The French Lieutenant's Woman 5 .
             Conclusion 18.
             Bibliography 20.
             Apofatum is the ungivenness of the novelistic hero, motivated by the interaction of independent mental functions in him. ëåàòeeà is the unexpected turn of events considerably changing a direction of development of a plot. Interaction of internal (apofatic) and external (aleatoric) laws is the plof-forming reality of the novel of new time. .
             Theoretical potential of entered concepts, distracting from their theological maintenance, is to construct a correlative pair, revealing additional semantic relations which arise during the procedure of correlation of these terms.
             The epos, inducing its hero develops in that world epoch when life and destiny, adventures and ñåøåíe, life and essence turn to equal concepts.
             The ideal image of the epic hero continues to live in valuable memory of a novelistic genre. Reader's expectations are deceived and at the same time come true in new convincingly motivated turn of events as the idea of the novel as a genre is defined with becoming the person. The reader of the novel intuitively waits from the uncompleted and consequently, the imperfect novelistic hero, the acts, which on forces only to the person who has been given birth by the epic condition of the world.
             That is why the new aesthetic reality, which is giving birth in epic dialogue to the novelistic hero, - is not mutual relation and not symbiosis, but epiko-novelistic quality, endowing with epic weightiness the historically passing novelistic event and problematizing epic integrity.
             Comprehending The French Lieutenant's Woman.
             "I know three kinds of dialogue, - writes M.

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