14. "In such fortunate moments as I fall asleep I know beyond doubt what the real center of my own lifeis, that time which is past and lost and yet is permanent, the enduring moment, the heart of warmth" (240).
4. "Perhaps it was Estraven's own character, in w hich candor and reserve were both strong: every wordhe said rose out of a deeper silence. He heard my voice bespeaking him as a dead man's, his brother's voice. Idid not know what, besides love and death lay between him and that brother, but I knew that whenever I bespokehim something in him winced away as if I touched a wound. So that intimacy of mind established between us was abond, indeed, but an obscure and austere one, not so much admitting further light (as I expected it to as showingthe darkness" (??) This quotation touchees upon a number of issue/themes that are important to the novel,but how does it specifically speak to the duality between fact and imagination, or actuality and reality?
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15. "The first Mobile, is one is sent, must be warned that unless he is very self-assured, or senite, hispride will suffer. A man wants his virility rregarded, a woman wants her femininity appreciated, however indirectand subtle the indications of regard and appreciation. On Winter they will not exist. One is respected and judgedonly as a human being. It is an appalling experience" (95).