Each other creating friendship love sexual adventure

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each other, creating friendship, love, sexual adventure Example of an American couple who travels to Mexico to visit Taxco and Cuernavaca, however the couple doesn't feel like that experience was “it”; Their hope was to find an “ Unspoiled Place ”- meaning a place, untouched, undiscovered; They get lost and come upon an Indian village in a religious festival of the corn dance, this unspoiled experience was “it” `The author describes this experience as a “ desperate impersonator ”; The couple wanted the experience to be perfect, and were anxious that it could fail any moment; “A fellow Iowan might emerge from an adobe hut; the chief may show them his Sears catalogue”
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`Once they discovered this, they felt the need to share it and gain approval to classify it as genuine, They showed it to an ethnologist to get approval; Thus their sovereignty had been surrendered to the expert; “A poor man may envy the rich man, but the sightseer does not envy the expert” Example of a young American traveling to France; He was delighted to see the Gallic (french-like) temperament he heard about from Puccini and Rolland, but he was able to see an authentic riot take place at restaurant over a disagreement of a play; That was his “it” experience because it was authentic and he was informed about what he was seeing (Hemingway) The Loss of Sovereignty Sightseers often surrender their sovereignty to experts because their understanding is superior “Kwakiutls(Indian tribe) are surrendered to Franz Boaz(German-American anthropologist); decaying Southern mansions are surrendered to Faulkner(American writer, Nobel Prize laureate) and Tennessee Williams(American playwright, author of many stage classics)” When layman finds a peculiar natural object, his highest role to is to identify the object and then return it to the appropriate expert Gerard Hopkins- an English poet, RCC convert, Jesuits priest, Victorian era “This loss of sovereignty extends even to oneself”; Constantly looking for approval; example of a neurotic describing his symptoms to his doctor
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