Related to George's past?
Posted by Joyce E. on February 17, 1998 at 23:44:46:
In response to You are welcome... and some answers (I hope ;-)), written by Constanza on February 16, 1998 at 16:35:25
] But George is a very complex character and we know very little of him at this point, so is hard to tell why the experience is so important, so crucial. It could be that he faces death (and a stupid death, to boot) and he realises that he will "probably want to live". I'm not sure yet, and neither is he; all he knows is that "something tremendous has happened" and that he must "face it without getting muddled".
] Let me know what you think of it.
I'm joining a little late, and this is my first time reading ARWAV...but I wonder if the significance of the murder for George could have something to do with the death of his mother. Mr. Eager outright accuses the elder Mr. Emerson of murdering his wife. Whether this is true (I doubt it, but haven't read the end yet) or not, it indicates some sort of violent death. What do you think? Or am I way off track here?
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