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Jordan

Jordan is the adopted son of the Dog-Woman. She finds him in the slime near the river when he is a baby. The first thing that Jordan sees is the night divided, half cloudy and half fair, as the moon reflects in the water of the river. Walking with his hands in front of him, he tries to find the path, stating that "every journey conceals another journey within its lines: the path not taken and the forgotten angle" (p. 2). He records the journeys he might have made and his discovery that his own life was written invisibly. Jordan resolves to watch himself, to catch himself disappearing, but the longer he eludes himself, the more obsessed he becomes with the thought of discovery. Gradually, he begins to find evidence of another life which gradually appears before him. The day that his mother finds him in the slime by...

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