Does Miss Brill experience an epiphany in "Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield? Explain.
No, Miss Brill does not, properly speaking, experience an epiphany at the end of "Miss Brill." Epiphany, according to standard definitions, is a "sudden revelation of the whatness of a thing." The term entails coming to a new understanding of the way things are, perhaps by contemplation of some seemingly insignificant detail, so that the contemplator enters a new state of spiritual understanding.
This is not the case...
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