By M. T. Anderson
It's time for Lily, Katie, and Jasper to move domestic from their fascinating Delaware event, however the lousy Autarch's spies and goons are in all places, and it's transparent that *they* produce other plans for our 3 intrepid heroes. Chock jam-packed with ups, downs, twists, turns, or even a band of sentient lobsters scuffling with at the facet of excellent, this fourth installment of the friends in danger sequence is each piece as wild, wacky, and beautifully outrageous because the first 3.
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At this stage of the novel, these images reinforce a cluster of archetypal nature images which proliferate throughout the book, and are associated with certain characters, notably Dickon and his mother, Susan Sowerby. The cumulative effect of the nature ‘Magic’, the voice of Colin’s dead mother, and the letter from the live ‘Earth Mother’ create a strong sense of divine power. While little sense of awe is evident in this passage, there is a strong sense of human beings as creatures of Nature, which has been almost personiﬁed throughout the book as ‘The Magic’.
Within realist ﬁction, the introduction of a powerful deus ex machina ﬁgure who can set all to rights is not very common. Even dream, the mode used by Susan Coolidge in What Katy Did (1872) for the vision which leads Katy to her change of heart about accepting her illness, may fail to convince: She thought she was trying to study a lesson out of a book which wouldn’t come quite open … it was in a language which she did not understand … Suddenly a hand came over her shoulder and took hold of the book.
In these latter cases, readers are made aware that there is some quality beyond the ordinary that words cannot express, and furthermore, that this quality needs to be accepted, even if not understood. Authors inevitably vary in the ways they create a sense of something overwhelming and beyond their powers of description. Among the most frequent of these methods are the overarching plot-structure and the portrayal, by means of language and symbol, of the effects of mystery ‘so great and beautiful that I cannot write them’ 17 on the characters.
Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4) by M. T. Anderson