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Fear From the Damp and Dark Gap The standard signification of the French feminist's "gap" changed by Jack Bushnell from hushed entrapment into a sense that signifies the "gap" as what frees another and allows for the generation of a voice of the other's own Circus of the Wolves. The renowned manly - female and self - other opposition will be freely used with the guy and the circus symbolizing the prior and Kael and temperament the latter. Gaps appear literally and figuratively throughout the text and with every look its meaning gradually, slowly, changes in the formerly stated manner. Jack Bushnell states in an "Note from the Author" that the of these wolf (other) is "a pure universe as different and different from the human (self) world as possible." Instead of the Other, to put it differently, is separated, banished, and deducted in the world of self. The queen and the guy be self insofar as they limit, harness, and Try to stand the wonder and beauty of another by conforming the other to the mould and way itself. Before going further, it should be noted that any appearance of anthropomorphizing the wolf is just that вЂ"look. It's the location of another which receives the essences of person rather than Kael in and of himself. Since Kael occupies the location of another the anthropomorphic transgression will appear to apply to the wolf when no true transgression has happened. Still, however, Kael has to come to feel his occupation of the location of another. Kael falls to the gap constructed by his own oppressors "...the damp and dark in the bottom of the hole frightened Kael." Kael's panic is of confinement and also the discovery of himself as other...