Shambhala as a sacred place: the central point of the Nothing Sacred series universe

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Title Shambhala as a sacred place: the central point of the Nothing Sacred series universe
Autor: Jastrzębski, Marek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/3144
https://doi.org/10.34739/fci.2020.01.02
Date: 2020
Źródło: Forum for Contemporary Issues in Language and Literature. No 1 (2020), p. 14-26
Abstract: This article examines the duology of Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, consisting of the novels Nothing Sacred and Last Refuge. The paper aims to present the function of the literary Shambhala in the context of the space-time model of the world presented by the books under study. Based on Mircea Eliade’s comparative religion theory, the author puts forward and attempts to prove the hypothesis of a far-reaching similarity between the function of Scarborough’s Shambhala in the narrative universe and the meaning of a sacred place in the archaic, religious model of reality

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