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It is to the extent that we remember, reread, and rebegin O'Connor's fictions, endlessly, and pursue our involvement with them that we keep them alive.
I was impressed enough to rebegin at the beginning and read the novel right through, more and more wowed as I went along.
I imagine, for example, that Aby Warburg's famous visit to the Pueblo Indians would have had for him this heuristic function of crisis, of fertile disorientation: the Pueblo serpent ritual may have allowed the great art historian to rethink the notion of Pathosformeln, and in some way to rebegin the history of the figurative rituals of the Florentine Renaissance.