Ruchi Shah, Brooke Wilson, Kaelin Cowley. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man- Chapter 2. Focus Areas. Stephen’s Alternating Faith in Catholicism. Initially, had unwavering faith. Ignorance and circumstances causes him to question his faith. Stephen’s Desire to Escape.
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Ruchi Shah, Brooke Wilson, Kaelin Cowley
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man- Chapter 2
Clongowes Wood College
“From force of habit he had written at the top of the first page the initial letters of the jesuit motto: A.M.D.G. … After this the letters L.D.S. were written at the top of the foot of the page ...” (p. 73 and 74).
“--I never liked the idea of sending him to the Christian brothers myself, said MrsDedalus.
--Christian brothers be damned! Said MrDedalus.”
“--...without a possibility of ever approaching nearer. That's heresy.”
--I meant without a possibility of ever reaching.
--O … Ah! ever reaching. That's another story” (p.83-84).
“He burned to appease the fierce longing of his heart before which everything else was idle and alien. He cared little that he was in mortal sin, that his life had grown to be a tissue of subterfuge and falsehood. Beside the savage desire within him to realise the enormities which he brooded on nothing was sacred” (p.105).
Madam, I never eat muscatel grapes” (68).
So What Significance Does CMC hold in POA?
Here’s a Little Video Clip From the Movie of The Count of Monte Cristo Just for fun…
The Count of Monte Cristo revealing himself to be Edmond Dantes and telling his motives to Fernand Mondego before he exact his vengeance to him.