Once Again I Prove the Theory of Relativity - Analysis Summary & Analysis

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The woman addresses her absent lover, prizing him dearly and comparing him to some of the icons of the cultural and artistic worlds, such as a Matisse painting, a Sevillana dancer, or a Turkish Pasha. Her affections run the gamut from the notoriously erotic Fellini productions to the childlike humor of the little dog watching the cow jump over the moon in the famous nursery rhyme.

The unrequited love prompts the woman to offer up her creativity by telling funny stories, painting clouds on the walls of her home, and covering the bed in the finest linens so that her beloved may sleep undisturbed while she watches quietly. The woman is willing to give everything she has for this man, even though he moves sporadically in and out of her life. The woman offers up everything bright and beautiful, and she offers to restrain herself and not say...

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