I have just finished The Rainbow. My immediate understanding is that, at last, Ursula has a more detached perspective of existence: she can see that human life, despite all its materialism, its artificiality and the superficial changes, is, as ever, occurring within the natural perpetual cycle of death and rebirth. I think this suggests she can now appreciate a constant blend of 'Sunday' and 'Weekday' life... that she has reached an acceptance of the simultaneous presence of the infinite darkness that surrounds light. Any thoughts appreciated.
Hello everyone! I'm reading The Rainbow and I find it engrossing. I love the way it is written and think the characters are fantastic. Have any of you read this book already? I'd like to read your comments on it. :)
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