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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 13, He Expounds: God's Boredom Is Infinite Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 13, He Expounds: God's Boredom Is Infinite Summary

Locke Setman is a successful forty-four-year-old artist who paints amazing scenes. His success has brought him a lot of money, but cost him his soul because he paints what others demand. In an attempt to express his station in life, he does a self-portrait that is highly abstract in its use of proportions and color. Set, a name used by those familiar with him, thinks that he paints to astonish God and to reduce His infinite boredom. He also thinks that God used both hands when creating the bear.

Book 1, Chapter 13, He Expounds: God's Boredom Is Infinite Analysis

Set enters the story as a middle-aged man who has gained a successful career as an artist, but feels emptiness, sometimes called middle-age crisis. He is not his own man and, as with most careers...

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