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Qtd. in Dillon, Life and Work 127) Bozoe Flanner is caught in the existential (and metaphorical) dilemma whereby her great spiritual longing is represented by and through a bodily appetite. Alone of fictive modes, allegory allows for full expression of this dilemma. Janet Murphy clearly identifies Bozoe’s bodily appetite with her spiritual struggle, as she explains to a friend: Bozoe was thin when I first knew her . . And she didn’t show any signs that she was going to sit night and day making up problems and worrying about God and asking me questions .

In Dillon, Life and Work 127) Bozoe Flanner is caught in the existential (and metaphorical) dilemma whereby her great spiritual longing is represented by and through a bodily appetite. Alone of fictive modes, allegory allows for full expression of this dilemma. Janet Murphy clearly identifies Bozoe’s bodily appetite with her spiritual struggle, as she explains to a friend: Bozoe was thin when I first knew her . . And she didn’t show any signs that she was going to sit night and day making up problems and worrying about God and asking me questions .

Be gay,” she sang, rocking back and forth on the bed. There was a knock on the door and a man in a striped sweater entered the room without waiting for an answer to his knock. ” he said. ” . . “Mrs. ” “Now,” she said, jumping off the bed, “now for a little spot of gin to chase my troubles away. There just isn’t any other way that’s as good. At a certain point gin takes everything off your hands and you flop around like a little baby. ” She took a hookerful, and shortly after that another. The third one she drank more slowly.

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