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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 2, The Reflection in the Glass Is the Transparent Mask of a Man Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 2, The Reflection in the Glass Is the Transparent Mask of a Man Summary

Set looks into a mirror and realizes that the reflection is not him, not alive, and that it is impossible for the artist's eye to see the eye itself. He thinks about other artists and their work, sable brushes that his father had owned, and wonders if he knows who he is. The telephone rings but he does not answer. He is not sure if he has eaten or if he is hungry. A rainstorm starts and he sees light of all colors and intensities. The smell of whiskey makes him feel sick, his ear stops up, and he hears far away voices.

Book 2, Chapter 2, The Reflection in the Glass Is the Transparent Mask of a Man Analysis

Set's self-image begins...

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