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Second, the three genres themselves bleed into one another, and pendulate between the private arena of the two women's friendship and public space of the text; for example, the personal essays read like letters from the authors addressed to the reader, while the letters--particularly Mambro's--take on the form of diaries recounting the minutia of her days and feelings, and the excerpts from Braghetti's diary that are inserted at the mid-point of the book become personal essays.
The kind of Being of Dasein's comportment is the way in which a deceiving limiting/limited Dasein pendulates between Being and beings.
Urrutia pendulates between past and present ("I started with Homer .
Throughout the entire story the author continuously pendulates between the poles of sanity and madness, belief and disbelief, reality and imagination.