Fantastic Universes and Space-Tamporary Labyrinths in the Fiction of Mircea Eliade

Laura Eugenia Tudoras

Abstract

This article proposes a symbolic reading of the literary configuration of the myth and the Hindu practice of return in time, focusing on analysis of the transgression of space-time in the fantastic tale Nights at Seramporby Mircea Eliade. 

Keywords

fantastic spaces and times, narrative, Mircea Eliade.

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