As the story continues this chapter deals with C.W.’s father who is the DEAD PILOT. The plane crash is evidence of a tragedy long ago. His father suffers, but worries more for C.W.’s ‘LITTLE BROTHER, JACOB’. His father calls C.W. ESAU. Part of C.W. was left behind, in the DIVORCE, unprotected. In this comprehensive journey and development of C.W., we have an overdeveloped SAVAGE and an underdeveloped POET.
Remember, the whole scene is a set piece in C.W.'s psyche, representing his deepest pain. As we read, and he explores, he will begin to unlock the mystery of his own psychic trauma.
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‘Lives and Minds of C.W. Männe BINGE’ Releases Chapter 15: Pilot Episode