(urth) fifth head owlet- wolf

Marc Aramini marcaramini at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 10 10:35:16 PDT 2013

And yes, Wolfe does kind of repeat the same imagery over and over, his symbolism is not a one off.  SandWALKER'S feet always dropping down to the ground, described as sure footed, dropping down from a high to a low place.  He is described by his feet at least four times, possibly more.  How many other characters have their feet even mentioned?  His character is associated with feet.  Do feet every play a role in the action?  YES, in two pivotal scenes, they do.
I do not approach the text with preconceptions, I read it and look for patterns.  If there are no patterns, I do not comment on them.  Thus I can't make anything of trees or feet in The Changeling, but I certainly can figure out that Peter Palmer was born in 1931.
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