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38) This allows the narrative to conclude in a less agonized way, suggesting that the Mariner is undergoing a process of redemption, rather than being menaced by inexpiable guilt.
The New World travel narratives deconstruct the human body, not to reintegrate it into a new whole, but to leave it lying around, a body in pieces signifying nothing, or nothing more than an inexpiable revenge.
At that time I quoted a member of the Swedish Academy who, in a burst of frankness, had observed, "It is not to be denied that the history of the Nobel Prizes in Literature is also a history of inexpiable sins of omission.