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Continuing from the post f_s linked to above, could the non-existance of whore mean that whore is an echo? Whore exists, but whore doesn’t. Perhaps the whore in the whore is something else. Gore ?
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tourmaline A gemstone that comes in all the colours of the rainbow. Apparently, the Dutch called it ‘aschentrekker’ (ash remover) because when charged with static electricity it can be used to remove ash from pipes etc.
(all explanations to the grave) Odd turn of phrase this (at least I’ve never heard it before), but suffice to say that this is neither the first nor the last time we will encounter the word ‘grave’ in HoL.
. . even Lude was hooked. They all were. The girls all engrossed and smiling and still shimmying closer, as if maybe by touching me they could find out for sure if I was for real. . Cf. ‘Seeing’s believing, but feeling’s probably best’, etc. etc.
Shimmying suggests shimmering, and “shimmer” is used in less positive terms in HoL (see Intro). Touching as proof of existance has it’s echo in Chapter I and also later on in Johnny’s account, where he rubs the print off articles about his father’s death (p37). Perhaps it is echoed in Johnny’s addiction to TNR: he tries to get as close to Zampano to know if he is for real. It also illustrates the problem of the 1/3”: These girls get close but they’re not close at the same time. So I took my best shot. Shots have all sorts of meanings in HoL, i.e. cinematic, photographic, ballistic, alcoholic, etc. Here, of course, the use is ironic in a story about a Pit Boxer. And the other time the phrase occurs, it is Reston who is taking his best shot, whilst having shots of whiskey with Navidson on p. 384.
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Tony Navidson had a truck too (p. 22), and Chad claims to miss the sound of trucks at the beginning of this chapter, even as his mother is distracted by one on p. 12. Holloway arrives in a truck on p. 80, and on the next page we’re told that Jed Leeder had at one point considered a career as a truck driver. Then of course there’s the phantom truck on pp. 107-108, which ties in, in a roundabout way, with Trenton’s Truck on p. 325. Florida, where I finally did end up going. The second reference to Florida in as many chapters. I wonder if Johnny met Elvis there. . nearly dying in a cold water place called the Devil’s Ear which is an altogether different story. The Devil’s Ear is part of an underwater cave system near Ginnie Springs in Florida. According to that site, reaching the Ear is impossible for unexperienced divers, who must content themselves with the Devil’s Eye. In other words either Johnny has a diving license, or else he sneaked into the Ear unauthorised, which might explain why he ‘nearly died’, assuming, of course, that any of this is even remotely true.
The cave-like, labyrinthine aspect of the human ear is a recurrent theme in HoL. Over fifty Birds of Paradise. Jessie explored the significance of Birds of Paradise in this thread (and in her inimitable fashion); plus there was an interesting point made about them and their significance in this story here some time ago. . . leaving me feeling dull and sad, a bit like a broken thermos – fine on the outside, but on the inside nothing but broken glass Like the water heater, this similie speaks of failed heat, and of a nasty surprise for whoever tries to use it. . this story makes me feel a little queasy all of a sudden. I mean how fake it is. It is noticeable that although Johnny may be good at making things up, he almost always owns up afterwards, as he does on the next page, and with the ‘yellow tablet of shine’ in Chapter XXI, etc. There was this thread on the subject of Johnny’s tall tales a while ago, and more recently in this thread I talked about some other instances of Johnny’s slightly bizarre compulsive honesty.
Yeah, he might end up being the most reliable unreliable narrator in American Literature (see also my comments for Now, there’s an admission, eh? below). Johnny’s disquiet may be the actual experience of something Zampano identifies on page 16: What both these moments reveal is how much [they] need each other and yet how difficult they find handling and communicating these feelings So, like Karen and Navidson, Johnny knows there’s something else, but can’t or won’t identify it. The need for each other, though; what does Johnny have in place of that?
It’s like there’s something else, something beyond it all, a greater story still looming in the twilight, which for some reason I’m unable to see. The question is: what story? The one we’re reading? Certainly that’s the impression one gets from this passage on p. 326, which again starts with Johnny claiming there’s ‘something else’.
And in which twilight is this story looming? Navidson’s morning or Johnny’s dusk? Does this story threaten or loom threads? As you probably know, finding out there’s no warm water is a particularly unpleasant discovery simply because it’s not something you figure out immediately. You have to let the water run awhile and even though it remains icy, part of you still refuses to believe it won’t change. . A prefiguring of the Navidson’s arrival into the uncanny: for both a showerer and a returning home owner, there’s a sense that things are different, sure, but give it a few minutes and it’ll return to normal, a point where a percieved moment of change spoils you with the hope it is no change at all. Furthermore, for someone who nearly drowned and lost a near-friend in the cold Alaskan seas, a cold shower will be more than unpleasant.

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