The Color Red
Throughout the narrative, this motif appears in a variety of different contexts and is expressed in a variety of different ways. It first appears in reference to Geryon and is seen as a direct connection to, or manifestation of, one of Geryon's experiences or character traits.
This motif in the narrative represents Geryon's manifestation of his experience of being and/or feeling different. He continuously keeps this aspect of his physicality hidden.
The Red Dog
This companion of Geryon's appears in flashbacks representing Geryon's joy.
This interest of Geryon's becomes a key means of his interaction with the world. As such, it also becomes a key expression of the novel's thematic interest in the process of becoming an artist.
This motif appears repeatedly in the narrative representing a metaphoric connection to experiences of intense feeling.
These objects appear several times throughout...
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