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In general I end my stories before I get a chance do something more aesthetically pleasing to me. I never thought that would stay in the story. And when it was all tied together, I looked at it and thought, What a coward.
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I was in a panic. But I hated to lose it. Both things stayed in, my lyrical excess and my factual last line. That made it more than just a banal sentence like the first one. It was that comma that said everything to me. Every once in a while, not very often, I fall in love with my own punctuation. When did you start using the colon? I only have a certain bag of tricks. But it moves me through the initial draft of the text, and I let a lot of my dashes stay. I was in the grocery store two days ago, and I was waiting in line at the deli counter, and this guy came in and I looked at him and I thought, Wow, this guy is in a total time warp.
Often I use a non sequitur or a stranger saying something out of the blue as a way to change the emotional register. The phone never rings, people get to talk for four pages without interruption. I had backed myself into a corner. And the reader probably assumes that what comes next will follow from this list. It seems like a complete non sequitur. But that subtext has been there all along. I do know happy marriages, including mine.
But why write about something like that? Simple characters can be very useful because you can have them on autopilot—as could be argued people are most of the time—but then, the most conventional people can know the most unconventional things. In some stories, a certain level of eloquence reassures the reader—a John Cheever story, for example. I avoided eloquence as much as possible.
If readers noticed me, they were observing my absence. Hushed silence throughout. Now it sounds impossible: how would I not spontaneously have laughed at so much of it? I came out of it stunned, and sort of respectful, though feeling that it was not for me. As for all that talk about my work being representative—that was extremely condescending, I think. At the same time they were greatly understated. The significance of the statue outside the window, the wrong cat brought to the American girl by the proprietor, the objects she imagines and covets are all things of her particular world that overwhelm her.
And I admire those endings of his that boomerang right back at you, with all the glitter, as well as all the dust, flying into your eyes—the final dialogue of The Sun Also Rises. Certain things that I like about endings—endings that hint at the whole story, that let you know there is an arc, but that offer some related image or emotion, instead of decoding the initial image, or pattern, or symbol, endings that alter the tone and the mood just a bit.
I realize that some people criticize me for being arbitrary with my endings. I think my stories are very determined. I can tell you the reverberation I have in mind for each element in the story. What is there is intentional. And To the Lighthouse. And anything by Peter Taylor, though he came along a bit later. And in fact, you know, he had an acid wit and a very cold eye and was able to look at that type and totally expose it, turn it inside out in his fiction. He was doing an X-ray and people thought he was showing them a photograph.
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