Tom Colket wrote:
> Nancy wrote:
> N> the term "assaults" remains a violent term.
> Also Tiresias says, "And I Tiresias have foresuffered all/Enacted on
> this same divan or bed;". So what Tiresias sees between the typist and
> the young man makes him think about suffering.
But what the typist says --
> 'Well now that's done: and I'm glad it's over.'
-- doesn't line up very well with that suffering or, for that matter,
with a violent assault. You have to ask: who does suffer? Pretty
clearly, if the small house agent's clerk and/or the typist are
suffering, they don't know it.