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26, 'I'm fonder of you than anybody on earth', p. html8/9/2009 11:33:00 AM next page > page_127 < previous page page_127 next page > Page 127 'Bad thing to do .. She shouldn't have done it', p. 223), and emotionally weakJake, Cohn, Brett, all at one point or another give way to tears. Traits are duplicated to the extent that characterization can be applied fairly indiscriminately to Jake's crowd and, modifying Weinsheimer, 'shifts among them with as much ease as the pronoun him/her'. Romero can be seen in terms of 'the positive photographic image' of Jake's negative.
The move from Paris to Pamplona to San Sebastian parallels the tension-explosion-recuperation patternings associated with Jake as he is subjected to emotional and mental pressure. His uncertainty and instability is presented in relation to the locations in which he is sited. Thus, Paris is initially associated with Jake as locked into certain routines and transactions which gain their ease at the cost of a certain emotional indifference. Focus is directed to Paris as a space of public entertainment, where sensual satisfaction is gained through food, drink, observation and walking.
162). In his section on distance, Genette discusses how the narrator's mediations relate to the presentation of the story; the degree to which it is presented in indirect or condensed form, or as 'detailed, precise, ''alive"' (p. 164). Fitzgerald, like Proust, achieves the difficult and 'paradoxical'16 task of combining both positions. He uses a retrospective narrator whose selective role in the presentation of events is most evident. 18 Literature apparently here imitates reality, 'the narrator seeming to disappear .
NEW READINGS OF THE AMERICAN NOVEL: NARRATIVE THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS by PETER B. MESSENT