[ilds] Finally

Marc Piel marcpiel at interdesign.fr
Mon May 31 06:37:13 PDT 2010

There is no "truth".
We each have our own selected fictions.
Bravo LD!


Le 30/05/10 19:33, Godshalk, William (godshawl) a 
écrit :
> The Quartet is a great and rewarding work.  But of all its mysteries, to me the greatest one is this:  How could Darley be completely unfazed when he finds out that Justine only wanted to use him;  that Melissa was never turned on by him; and that Clea wanted out of the relationship so bad she started going wacko?  II'd be crushed, but not him!
> Yes, but can Darley ever KNOW that these are truths? Justine (the novel) is apparently the truth when Darley first gets involved with Justine (the woman). Then Bal gives his vision in the great redaction. Then an unknown narrator tells the story from Mountolive's point of view -- which is quite different. Finally Clea gets her shot at re-redaction.
> When Darley finishes (both reading and writing) these related narratives, he's probably more puzzled than crushed.
> What is truth asked  jesting Durrell
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