By Leving, Yuri; Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich; Banville, John
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10 20 30 40 50 Anatomy of a Short Story Her husband, who in the old country had been a fairly successful businessman, was now wholly dependent on his brother Isaac, a real American of almost forty years standing. ” That Friday everything went wrong. The underground train lost its life current between two stations, and for a quarter of an hour one could hear nothing but the dutiful beating of one’s heart and the rustling of newspapers. The bus they had to take next kept them waiting for ages; and when it did come, it was crammed with garrulous high-school children.
That is to say, the meanings of the symbols are the same, independent of their surrounding words. Ordinary language writing and storytelling in particular are highly context sensitive. The very word “it” clearly has different interpretations depending on its context. So, at the present time, we have no way of formalizing stories. As an example of the difficulty, consider the following paragraph of the story: It was past midnight when from the living room she heard her husband moan; and presently he staggered in, wearing over his nightgown the old overcoat with astrakhan collar which he much preferred to the nice blue bathrobe he had.
Crossley: In extreme states of mind the sufferer often makes interpretations that a more ordinary person would not. This can be both a boon and a bane. On the one hand it can reveal unsuspected connections and on the other it may lead to nonsense. The problem is deciding which is which, something the sufferer may not be able to do. So although I display enthusiasm, even passion, for some results in mathematics, I do not describe these in terms of the usual affective emotions, such as love, hate, fear, etc.