Goodmorning, Glory

“what makes this such a strong tale, is the capacity in which the subject has found a way to dissect his surroundings and manage them in an order succinctly innate to his own understanding, but if you look at section J, the subject has become a mold of something, it aspires to be, and you see the aspect of its character bringing the aspirations or I shall say desires to pass. But the conclusion of the tale is the most striking”

“Why Professor?”

Well because this tale, is tattered, it is birthed in such an organic place, for the children, the subject fights so much for the right to be its own cultural measure, own idea of sanity, since his repulsive idea of insanity, visits its construction day in and day out, or what he deems to be insanity.

What we know now is that the subject is now in the place where he can break down, the negation, the demise and revive something the story always had, I mean, if you turn to page 22, we all know it is possible, but what the subject needs to remember is that..there is only one man, one minute and one chance to speak what it has always felt, always wanted to say, and as we see in the middle paragraph…[make history, make greatness, and become, the child he always wanted to be].

“Professor, why do you only refer to the tale’s subject as “it” and never the “subject’s” name?”

Well good question, maybe Jamari can tell you, I believe he is in the process of acknowledging subject from spirit  and spirit from soul. He still has his in tact, but from what we have read in the essays regarding this tale, there is something literally holding him over the lake of disparity, claws of a massive bird, ready to drop him any minute.

Maybe that is why the second chapter of the novel is titled:  “Never to Listlessly Hang”. I’ll see you tomorrow class….

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