Okay, I’m starting to understand it a little more now, thanks.
One reason I was confused is that I’m bad at figuring out philisophical points. For example, when I read Camus’ The Stranger, I thought it was an excellent story about how living without morals is bad…
Why did Enid stop talking to Seymour for a while? Is it because she got drunk and had sex with him and felt really awkward about it?
BTW, the characters Enid and Rebecca remind me almost exactly of some friends of mine from high school, except my friends aren’t quite as hoplessly cynical or mean. They have similar interests and a similar sense of humor.
Enid dresses a lot like one of my friends except that my friend doesn’t have the bondage gearlike clothes like fishnet stockings and leather boots. She even walks the same way! She also likes to draw pictures of people in her notebook.
I don’t know if my other friend is as similar to Rebecca though.