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McClenon, in his cool way, achieves quite a story--the network of people that steered him to the mini-lab in Missouri, his meeting with a couple who were doing SORRAT work following its founder, the famous John Neihardt of Black Elk fame, a certain William Edward Cox, a magician, both a skeptic and also a sufferer from the sensational attempts of spirits to convince him--a man whose personality does indeed shadowily begin to emerge, despite McClenon's cool handling of the story.
13) The threat to her very life that Giovanni has come to represent is shadowily anticipated in a further echo from Othello.
A glass goblet is plunged ups ide down into a glass ice-bucket: glass with all its refulgence, within glass; also brightly contained by, and shadowily containing, the ice-water.