An exegesis of sections from And wind will wash away
Rothacker, Jordan Albert
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Performing an exegesis on two chapters of an original novel composed to conveyreligious meaning and man’s search for understanding. The novel, And Wind Will Wash Away,explores the failure of masculine rationality in the face of irrational and chaotic feminine Nature.This thesis covers two of the eighteen chapters of the novel, chapters nine and twelve, presentingthem first and then providing an exegesis through critical annotations. The religious content ofmeaning and reference embedded in the novel’s text is explored and explained intra and intertextually.