(n.) (in ancient Greek tragedy) the critical moment of recognition or discovery, especially preceding peripeteia

"Anagnorisis," the critical moment of recognition or discovery. Originates in Greek drama, when a character finally sheds his/her disguise or else another sees through it.

Discovery always means leaving something behind ...

Discovery always means leaving something behind . Discovery involves not dwelling in the past, but looking ahead.

Marcel Proust (seeking new lands is fun too)

An entry from Quite Continental

Discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes. ~ Marcel Proust (but I wouldn't mind seeking new lands)

Area of Study: Discovery

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Discovery Short Stories - short stories related texts for the HSC

Discovery Short Stories by Anna McHugh (eBook)

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