Symbolism, Parable, and Synesthesia in the End of Elisabeth Heinroth’s Jenseits der Mauer
The final pages of Jenseits der Mauer are filled with very
interesting relations in symbolism and action. These begin by
taking place within the symbolic mind, then finish as allegory in
the literal outer world, and finally are played out in actuality
while at the same time pointing back to the previous allegory
with interesting possible implications.
Danilkin, A. and A.J.M Hewison. Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer. London: Chapman and Hall, 1996.
Heinroth, Elisabeth. Jenseits der Mauer. 2 Volumes. http://sophie.byu.edu/literature/texts.htm.
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