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Mack offers this to the audience as a parable of Dee's 'Animal.' Deeis terrified of the animal on the other side of the wall, and has beensince she was little. Now that her dreams are getting worse, and her behaviortowards Mack is more and more out of control, she is afraid: 'It's likeit got out of the wall.'(25) 'I'm afraid that the dreams will seep intothe day. That I'll do things . . .' (26) Is the other side of the wallthe location of the most extreme contradiction: desire born of lack-thatimpossible sweetness-and its opposite, a murderous rage at the primal loss-directedat the mother? Of corresponding guilt at having these feelings? Mercy guessesat the content of Dee's nightmares: 'How horrible could it be, were youdevouring Mummy's brains and spitting out her teeth... T (26) Possiblythe greatest loss referred to in the play is Dee's and Mercy's loss oftheir mother, whose death Mercy recalls in Scene 21. But whereas Mercy'smemories of her mother are filled with yearning to once again be the centreof someone's life, as she was of her mother's, Dee's are filled with arage at being emotionally abandoned-a rage so powerful it must be repressedand only appears as dream -displacements: the animal behind the wall, theshark 'banging at the shark cage and sliding out'(25):
Queequeg and I had just left the Pequod, and were sauntering away from the water, for the moment each occupied with his own thoughts, when the above words were put to us by a stranger, who, pausing before us, levelled his massive forefinger at the vessel in question. He was but shabbily apparelled in faded jacket and patched trowsers; a rag of a black handkerchief investing his neck. A confluent small-pox had in all directions flowed over his face, and left it like the complicated ribbed bed of a torrent, when the rushing waters have been dried up.
It may be that the primal source of all those pictorial delusions will be found among the oldest Hindoo, Egyptian, and Grecian sculptures. For ever since those inventive but unscrupulous times when on the marble panellings of temples, the pedestals of statues, and on shields, medallions, cups, and coins, the dolphin was drawn in scales of chain-armor like Saladin's, and a helmeted head like St. George's; ever since then has something of the same sort of license prevailed, not only in most popular pictures of the whale, but in many scientific presentations of him.
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