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Would she hide in her room and come out cheerful for breakfast? Or lock her door and stare thru the window for sidestreet spies? Listen at keyholes for Hitlerian invisible gas? Dream in a chair—or mock me, by—in front of a mirror, alone?
O Paterson! I got home late that nite.
Louis was worried. Mad in Lakewood.
Jonathan Aycliffe,: Naomi's Room
Call the Doctor. Phone the home in the pines. Too late. I wanted to be President, or Senator. Louis in pajamas listening to phone, frightened—do now? Dragged her out, around the corner, a cab, forced her in with valise, but the driver left them off at drugstore. Keep away! Promise not to kill me!
Smelling the air—Louis pointing to emptiness? Phonecalls to Dr.
Tape recorders? Zhdanov hiding behind the counter?
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Trotsky mixing rat bacteria in the back of the store? Uncle Sam in Newark, plotting deathly perfumes in the Negro district? Aunt Rose passing water thru the needles of the Spanish Civil War? Bd of Finance? The Man of Evangel wails in front of City Hall.
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And this year Lou has poetic loves of suburb middle age—in secret—music from his book—Sincere—he longs for beauty— No love since Naomi screamed—since ? And Metrazol had made her fat. She never remembered it all. Some amnesia.
I would have cried, was this the comfortless lone union? Was she ever satisfied? One night, sudden attack—her noise in the bathroom—like croaking up her soul—convulsions and red vomit coming out of her mouth—diarrhea water exploding from her behind—on all fours in front of the toilet—urine running between her legs—left retching on the tile floor smeared with her black feces—unfainted— At forty, varicosed, nude, fat, doomed, hiding outside the apartment door near the elevator calling Police, yelling for her girlfriend Rose to help— Once locked herself in with razor or iodine—could hear her cough in tears at sink—Lou broke through glass green-painted door, we pulled her out to the bedroom.
Then quiet for months that winter—walks, alone, nearby on Broadway, read Daily Worker—Broke her arm, fell on icy street— Began to scheme escape from cosmic financial murder-plots—later she ran away to the Bronx to her sister Elanor.
She reads the Bible, thinks beautiful thoughts all day. What did he look like? Well, in the afternoon I climbed up a ladder—he has a cheap cabin in the country, like Monroe, N.
He was a lonely old man with a white beard. Her smells—and oft naked in the room, so that I stare ahead, or turn a book ignoring her. One time I thought she was trying to make me come lay her—flirting to herself at sink—lay back on huge bed that filled most of the room, dress up round her hips, big slash of hair, scars of operations, pancreas, belly wounds, abortions, appendix, stitching of incisions pulling down in the fat like hideous thick zippers—ragged long lips between her legs—What, even, smell of asshole?
I was cold—later revolted a little, not much—seemed perhaps a good idea to try—know the Monster of the Beginning Womb—Perhaps—that way. Would she care?
She needs a lover. To keep it short, the novel first introduces us to Dr. Charles Hillenbrand, the narrator of the novel. The year is and as all is idyllic and the season is that of celebration, Charles takes Naomi out to shopping in London for Christmas Eve where the eager little girl wonders and cheers at the splendor of a toy store.
Until Charles takes his eyes of her and Naomi disappears.
Days later she is found dead in a nearby alley. Now right off the start I really enjoyed what direction the novel took. But it can be quickly put aside for a certain amount of the first part of the novel, because it centers more on the grief of two parents who are completely helpless and equal doses of hopeful and devastated and desperate as the hours roll by and their little girl is missing.
Ultimately she is found but she has been killed. In the true sense of the word, it shifts between time periods within the characters presence, so it not only provides a stage for the ghosts to manifest, but it also helps propel the story and gives it a refreshing touch with these very creepy time shifts happening in real time that feel not only like a gaze foreshadowing the outcome of the novel, but as a trap created by this evil presence and not by the house itself.
I do not have to look round to know, I can feel her presence, I have acquired a sensitivity. She has never come down here before, into this room, I had thought I was safe from her here. Whereas in the past the horror happens slowly, it comes in waves that suffer proper explanation due to grief and is more inconsistent, the evil is still more of a theory and a sensation than a true happening.
Until the novel kicks into full gear. It was like those jokes that keep adding up for the shock factor, black humour-esq.Jonathan Aycliffe.
It was like those jokes that keep adding up for the shock factor, black humour-esq. You shuddered at his face, I could hardly get you on—to New York, very Times Square, to grab another Greyhound— where we hung around 2 hours fighting invisible bugs and jewish sickness—breeze poisoned by Roosevelt— out to get you—and me tagging along, hoping it would end in a quiet room in a Victorian house by a lake.
I banging against her head which saw Radios, Sticks, Hitlers—the gamut of Hallucinations—for real—her own universe—no road that goes elsewhere—to my own—No America, not even a world— That you go as all men, as Van Gogh, as mad Hannah, all the same—to the last doom—Thunder, Spirits, lightning!
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