TEMPORAL PARADOXICALITY IN THOMAS MANN’S THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN
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Temporal paradoxicality in Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain is present both on the level of sentences and text and, progressively, as permeating the entire novel. In this analysis the inductive method is used, i.e. after compiling a complete list of all temporal paradoxicalities the author analyses them and draws conclusions. Examples of paradoxicalities will reveal the striking cause-effect relationship between the events – this complicates and problematizes the entire novel and encourages the reader to think and to try to decipher dialectic contradictions.
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