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Week 11- The Lonley Goatherd and Human Elements.docx

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The Lonely Goatherd- Lisa Moore (Carl and Anita, Sarah, Hans) - Carl thinks of Anita and the women he sleeps with as body parts - Anita tries to preserve Carl’s dignity - Signal hill- public landmark o Entanglement btwn characters and modern world they live in o Hill history of site of communication  Highlights their relationship, how they fail to communicate and relate with one another Human Elements- Michael Redhill (Russell, Sylvain, Kate) - Leaves apartment to go to the cabin in hopes of restarting his poetry writing o Is trying to figure out who he is and how to live his life o Experienced depression, stopped writing poetry  Wants something new to come out of the endings o Has romantic ideas about poetry  Isolating himself from world  Communicating with nature and letting it spark his writing  Concerned with pain, poetry is thought of as painful process of trying to filter emos to create art o Appreciates his loneliness, feels comfortable  But doesn’t feel spurred to write poetry  Feeling comes with the arrival of other ppl  Inversion
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