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 Post subject: The wheel
PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2002 12:05 pm 
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My favorite band (Grateful Dead) has a song called 'The Wheel' - 'You can't let go & you can't hold on...and every time that wheel turns 'round, you're bound to cover just a little more ground..'

What's your take on the wheel symbolization as Simon dreams about it throughout the story? <i></i>


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Well, I am nearly done with the Dragonbone Chair , and I've been running into these wheel dreams. So far my theory would be that the wheel symbolizes a world out of control to Simon, one that alternately lifts him up and casts him down, but I might be totally off base! <i></i>


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In a way you're thoroughly on base!

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