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Of course we do. As it turns out, Karen was not the only one who was kept in the dark about Delial. No. The reader is as well! . or why she haunted his thoughts and conversation like some albatross. Cf. p. 138 and of course this thread, as well as this, slightly older one. . underlying tensions in the Navidson/Green family. Which tensions are here highlighted by referring to them by their separate surnames, rather than simply ‘the Navidsons’ as is the case throughout the rest of the book. Daisy’s nipped finger. What nipped finger? See above. . as she, letting out a heart-stirring sigh. For those readers who complain about the emotional detachment we feel from the characters, this is a perfect example of the vicarious way in which we experience the events on Ash Tree Lane, and the action in the Navidson Record. . each frame so replete with promise and hope. There’s that word again, coupled with the entrance of another buzzword in HoL, namely: ‘hope’. Or course, nostalgia’s role in shaping the final cut must not be forgotten. Indeed. We must not forget that remembering is a subjective, and often unreliable process.
Footnotes: Utne Reader , July/August 1993, p. 78. The Utne Reader does actually exist; it is a magazine which reprints articles which have appeared elsewhere, and so inevitably Liddel’s article (if it existed) must have been published separately first. The July/August 1993 issue was entitled ‘New Sexual Revolution’, but I have been unable to find a ToC for it. Since the revelation. Once again, Zampanт acts as though we all know what he’s talking about; once again, MZD uses this fact to build suspense in his novel. See also Chris Ho’s “What’s in a name?” See also the thread of the same name (this is actually its first post), even though it doesn’t actually tackle Delial specifically. For that, see this thread, or perhaps this one. (Indianapolis: Bedeutungswandel Press, 1995) ‘Bedeutungswandel’ means ‘semantic shift’ in German. This could be a hint that Delial is etymologically related to some other word, since Bedeutungswandel is a linguistical term, or else it could simply be yet another example of how something can turn into something else. Jennifer Caps’ Delial, Beatrice, adn Dulcinea (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Thumos Inc., 1996) Beatrice being Dante’s sweetheart, to whom his Vita Nova is dedicated and with whom he is reunited at the end of Purgatorio in the Earthly Paradise, and who then acts as his guide through the initial stages of Paradiso . Cf. pp. 394-395.
And Dulcinea being Don Quixote’s sweetheart, in whose name the knight errant carried out all his quests and deeds. However, she never appears in the book, for she is essentially nothing but a figment of Quixote’s imagination, built upon a simple peasant girl, whom he has never even spoken to, but simply admired from afar. (See here for some more information on her).
The same is true of Beatrice, namely that to our knowledge Dante did not know her personally, but simply dedicated his poetic soul to her and her immortal memory.
Both women’s names are significant in terms of their meaning. But what does ‘Delial’ mean, if anything?
So, are we meant to believe that it was not love that drove Dante and Quixote was not love and devotion but rage ? What are we to make of this in the context of Navidson and his relationship to Delial? “Tis but a Name” in Ebony . Almost the same as the first line of the speech in Romeo & Juliet II,ii from which ‘What’s in a name?’ is taken (the actual line runs ‘‛tis but thy name that is my enemy’. As it stands, it might actually be a quote from Longfellow. Ramingrobis will be even more pleased.
The fact that this article was supposedly published in ‘Ebony’ Magazine, might be considered a minor clue, even at this stage, at least to Delial’s ethnicity. Tab Fulrest’s Ancient Devotions Thus introducing a religious aspect to all of this (or reinforcing the one already present in ‘Beatrice’).
Literature’s Most Misunderstood Novel.
by Norman Berdichevsky (Oct. 2008)
N o foreigner who has been in Spain more than a few days will fail to recognize them. Statues, portraits and images of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza stare out at you from tiled murals on the walls of schools, museums, shops and cultural centers. The familiar figures of the tall, lanky and gaunt knight-errant with his rusty sword, crooked lance and broken helmet, perched on his emaciated old plough horse turned charger, Rocinante, towers over the pudgy peasant Sancho Panza sitting astride his mule.
“To dream the impossible dream.
To fight the unbeatable foe.
To bear with unbearable sorrow.
To run where the brave dare not go.
To right the unrightable wrong.
To love pure and chaste from afar.
To try when your arms are too weary.
To reach the unreachable star.
To follow that star.
No matter how hopeless.
No matter how far.
To fight for the right.
Without question or pause.
To be willing to march into Hell.
For a heavenly cause.
And I know if I’ll only be true.
To this glorious quest.
That my heart will be peaceful and calm.
And the world will be better for this.

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