4. "Perhaps it was Estraven's own character, in w hich candor and reserve were both strong: every wordhe said rose out of a deeper silence. He heard my voice bespeaking him as a dead man's, his brother's voice. Idid not know what, besides love and death lay between him and that brother, but I knew that whenever I bespokehim something in him winced away as if I touched a wound. So that intimacy of mind established between us was abond, indeed, but an obscure and austere one, not so much admitting further light (as I expected it to as showingthe darkness" (??) This quotation touchees upon a number of issue/themes that are important to the novel,but how does it specifically speak to the duality between fact and imagination, or actuality and reality?


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