Fear no more, says the heart. Fear no more, says the heart, committing its burden to some sea, which sighs collectively for all sorrows, and renews, begins, collects, lets fall. And the body alone listens to the passing bee; the wave breaking; the dog barking, far away barking and barking. It is similar to meeting someone at a party and then meeting them again several years later.
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Fear no more, says the heart. Fear no more, says the heart, committing its burden to some sea, which sighs collectively for all sorrows, and renews, begins, collects, lets fall. And the body alone listens to the passing bee; the wave breaking; the dog barking, far away barking and barking. It is similar to meeting someone at a party and then meeting them again several years later. I might have a sliver of memory of meeting them before.
I always find it awkward to decide to confess that I do have a vague memory of them, potentially subtly unintentionally insulting them, or brazen it out with of course I remember you potential minefield if my slender memory is in fact wrong. There is always the option of hitting the restart button by saying what a pleasure it is to meet them. Some of this, of course, is entirely up to how they play it and if they remember meeting me before.
Clarissa Dalloway would know exactly how to handle that situation. If she did bungle it, she would recover the situation with a little laugh and say something along the lines of how silly she is about names and faces. Clarissa is "a tall slight woman, her body wrapped in furs, her face in veils, with artistic tastes and inclinations, but no brain whatsoever.
She has become Mrs. Richard Dalloway, and her identity beyond that has become a series of sepia toned memories of her brief life before marriage. If you were to look in any phone book for Phillips County, Kansas, from to , you would find listed a Mrs. Dean Keeten. My grandfather died in , but when she checked herself into the hospital in , for what became the last time, she still registered as Mrs. I can only think that she was well aware of the powerlessness of women and wanted people to believe that if they irritated her they would have to deal with her husband, ghostly though he was.
Clarissa has trepidations over the changes in herself. She is feeling older. June morning; soft with the glow of rose petals for some, she knew, and felt it, as she paused by the open staircase window which let in blinds flapping, dog barking, let in, she thought, feeling herself suddenly shrivelled, aged, breastless, the grinding, blowing, flowering of the day, out of doors, out of the window, out of her body and brain which now failed…. He is haunted by the war, in particular his memories of his friend Evans who died in the closing months of the war.
He hallucinates. He is certainly suffering from acute shell shock. The world has raised its whip; where will it descend? I like the idea because if he is a true doppelganger of Clarissa, then her thoughts and memories of Sally Seton tie in so nicely. I would say Clarissa was smitten at first sight. There is the hope that an unruly child will act better with others than they do with their own family.
A kiss shared between the two girls is remembered by Clarissa as one of the most passionate moments in her life. Sally does come to the party, now married, now Lady Rosseter with five sons.
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