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American literature notes 20:05 Finishing the Quest… The disinherited, the left behind one communicates The spiritual dimension is connected to the social dimension Small group of the chosen, large GROUP OF THE DISGARDED  BECOMES SOCIAL  the rich and the powerful love to think they have salvation the tristero is the means of communication for the alienated  the decadent network of communication who communicates through this?  The poor, the homosexual, the “alienated”, people who are nuts/crazy, conspiracy  theorists This is where the quest leads her: into an appreciation of the disinherited At the end of this she realizes there is simply no where out, ever Where she is going is into another chamber, and another chamber and another 
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Unformatted text preview: chamber. . there is no absolute destination in all of that However, she does get somewhere within it. . She goes from isolation into a state of absolute implication in everything she sees…she cares absolutely; vitally…it may be that that caring will destroy her Railways, telephone lines = symbols of the book (means of communication) THIS PASSAGE IS ON THE FINAL: “who knew…perhaps she’d be hounded some day” the crying of lot 49 INSIPIENT REVELATION, EVERYTHING IS ABOUT TO MADE CLEAR, BUT YOU DON’T FIND OUT WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN THIS LOCKED ROOM 20:05 20:05...
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