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What is also unsettling is, even though there certainly are a lot of cameras around the , Zampano even seems to see events that just don’t seem like they were recorded on tape–because the locations where they happen (outside the , for example) seems just inappropriate places for keeping recording cameras.
Yes, there was a thread on that issue a while ago. . he compromises by turning reconciliation into a subject for documentation. Cf. p. 336. . as everyone knows. This might provide a more suitable location for footnote 11, since this little ‘as we all know’ is a blatant attempt to validify his story. He is not interested in showing all the coverage or attempting to capture some kind of catholic or otherwise mythical view. Bizarre choice of words there, Zampanт; ‘catholic’ with a small ‘c’ in the sense of ‘universal’ or ‘comprehensive’, but even so, it cannot help but have strong religious connotations, and so here we have one of the first instances (if not the first instance) of the equation of religion and myth in HoL. . an unexpected phone call. We’ve already had one of those on p. xi, are there others (which we actually see, I mean, so not counting Navy’s phone call to Tom)? . reveal what explication could only approximate. For those who find HoL less than emotionally engaging (as has been discussed in this thread, amongst others), this might be part of the problem.
Zampanт however soldiers on, explicating left right and centre, and since we have no film to watch, his explication is all we have to go on. Nothing hangs on the walls. Cf. ‘the walls are endlessly bare’ (p. 423). Here this is indicative of the fact that they have not yet fully established themselves in their new home, since wall decorations are a fundamental sign of habitation. Decoration as sign of possession. cf. Kyrie’s tattoos (p. 404), and conversely, Johnny and a Poe t ‘s lack of the same (pp. 48 & 360). Unfortunately, whatever he sees inside is invisible to the camera. Cf. pp. 349-350.
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Page 11: “Just you watch, one day I’ll go bald, then won’t you be sorry you threw that away.” In the end, of course, Karen does lose her hair as a result of chemotherapy (pp. 526-527), making her statement here tragically ironic, if not faintly prophetic.
And also plotted. We get such throwaway tips throughout the book that TNR could be a total fabrication.
. without the molestations of some ill-conceived voice-over. But at the same time, Zampano’s commentary, the only possible way this event would ever be relayed, adds a voice-over (ill-concieved?) and it is manipulative in as much as he is telling us what we should think and what others have thought. Also note the implications of molestation in conjunction with exegsis: the reader will take part in this on pages 620-3. . manipulative soundtrack. There is no music in The Navidson Record . Except for on p. 479, of course. In keeping with this approach, the second moment also does without explanations. . . Zampano pushes the above irony further here, because he gives a biog for Karen, the implication being that explanation is needed in the end. . in the midst of a candle-making project. These home-made candles reappear on p. 57 (see above), and (possibly) on p. 416. . Daisy from hurting herself with the scissors. It has been suggested that these might be the source of the odd scratches on Daisy’s wrists as described on p. 91.
Also, the ‘water heater’ is not the only thing to recur in Johnny’s upcoming footnote; Lude is also wielding scissors on p. 12.
Footnotes: ^15 See “The Heart’s Device”. Can’t help feeling that MZD (or Zampanт, if you prefer) is poking fun at the critics here, by ‘publishing’ the supposedly more serious piece in Mademoiselle and the ‘more ironic piece’ in The American Scholar .
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Page 12: “surfeit with love and longing.” Here we have that word (surfeit) creeping in; this being the first instance of it. Cf. pp. 614 and 638, but also 338 and 359.
Furthermore, this episode illustrates the negative aspects of the phrase “absence makes the heart grow fonder”: what good is this fondness if it is only sustained by absence? (See “. . she has no room for him”, below).
Does Zampano put this in quotes because, despite the emotional relationships he’s exploring here, he does not want to seem the one exploring them? “. Chad keep an eye on your sister.”
“Mommy!” Daisy squealing even louder.
“Daisy, mommy also wants you to look after your brother.”
This seems to appease the little girl, and she actually settles down. Daisy here seems to accept care only if she can care for another. This is echoed in Karen and Will’s relationship, Will and Tom’s too: care only comes when both sides need to care for each other.
Squealing. There are numerous such instances of dialog attribution, when a perfectly human character is sqealing, or growling, or snapping, and so on. Pigs squeal, and so do other animals. Some animals growl. Is Zampano indicating that everyone is a monster? . smugly eyeing Chad even as she continues to snip wicks. And herself, apparently, since on p. 17, without further explanation, we are told that ‘After a couple of days, Daisy’s nipped finger heals’. That’s what you get for disobeying your mother, I suppose. . she has no room for him. If something is surfeit (or replete (pp. 17, 135, 633)) with something, then there is no room for anything else. “Hey the water heater’s on the fritz,” she says. To cover up her true feelings, Karen comes up with another reason, perhaps a lie, and one connected to a malfunctioning . Like anyone else we know?

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