The Blazing World - A Dispatch/Notebook D Summary & Analysis

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A Dispatch from Elsewhere

This is a short story that Ethan has written. In first person and loaded with personal symbolism, he comments on the nature of dreams.

Dreams, he writes, are the language that the higher soul uses to instruct our consciousness.

Harriet Burden Notebook D

This short entry is a diatribe on the evening of the Beneath exhibit. Phinny and Marcelo run into her as she going to the exhibit and ask her to dinner, but she refuses. She is focused on her revenge on the art world, to make them see her, finally.

It is 2003 in the next entry in the notebook, and she admits that Rune shines very brightly and is so light, while she feels very earthbound and dark. She writes that she supposes that it is true that her anger and bitterness have made her...

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