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Comment 2 of 48, added on April 17th, 2009 at 10:27 AM.
i disagree, i think that his lover is not an image, but reality. The
importance of the sea seems to contrast with the woman's importance, as
well the waves of her hair with the waves in the sea; shes tamable.
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Comment 1 of 48, added on November 8th, 2004 at 5:56 AM.
doesn't everyone have those moments of complete vulnerability? The narrator
seems to be trying to write something important when suddenly he is
disturbed by a vision of his lover, and it is this sight that seems to make
his task meaningless or impossible to achieve. Who can capture the beauty
of this woman?, he seems to suggest. I love the unexpectedness of the line
@but it isn't that@. What isn't that? Carver doesn't tell us, because he is
so smithen with this image of his lover. how it disarms him, and all of us!
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