unionized melt that is death's good night

sisse nar

Senior Member
Korean
This is from "Tristan" David Wallace.

"... Ovid's point finally being that Ecko of Venice & the T.V.S.P. decides that he can `attain' Sissee Nar only in the unionized melt that is death's good night. Both Robert Vaughan & the high-alto sirens affirm this decision as meet & good (Codependae calling him `esse')."


Who is in the unionized melt that is death's good night? Echo or Sissee?
 
  • Edinburgher

    Senior Member
    German/English bilingual
    Neither; I think Ecko decides that the only way he can 'attain' Sissee is in death. Death's "good-night" can melt them together into some kind of union, but nothing else can.

    "Unionized" is one of those words which can be read two ways. Is it un-ionized or union-ized? I don't think there can be much doubt here.
     
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