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Now, only an insensitive reader would attempt to defend this book as completely successful, but it does offer a remarkably clear instance of MacDonald’s belief in adventure. In Zweig’s terms, MacDonald’s sense of adventure may be closer to the non-adventure of Robinson Crusoe, since he places such emphasis on the domestic virtues of hard work and regularity, but MacDonald’s insistence on constant movement, constant becoming, reminds us of the adventurer’s compelling need to act and to contend. What I referred to earlier as this “relentlessly pointless book” should be clearer now.

What has happened to the energetic play of the dream? In this, the first Alice book, Carroll’s intense delight in adventure, his willingness to wander in wonderful seas because there is always a shore on the other side, is in the end tempered by his equally strong adherence to certitude and community. Alice will become a storyteller, and thus control the journey away from the familiar world; as adventurer she risked her life and sanity (“It’s really dreadful . . the way all the creatures argue.

The Big Honey Hunt. New York: Random, 1962 —. Down a Sunny Dirt Road: An Autobiography. New York: Random, 2002. —. He Bear, She Bear. New York: Random, 1974. Chodorow, Nancy J. The Reproduction of Mothering: Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender with a New Preface. 1978. Los Angeles: U California P, 1999. , and Thomas K. McDaniel. “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby—Or Have You? 5 (February 1999): 532-36. De Beauvior, Simone. The Second Sex. 1952. Trans. H. M. Parshley. New York: Vintage, 1989. , and Sarah K.

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