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A Mirror Has Two Faces Connecting with Our Animal Nature in James Dickeys novel Deliverance I remember watching nature shows on television and seeing natural predation There on the screen lions stalk chase kill and eat their prey A true vision of animal nature Humans are also animals therefore possessing animal nature This animal nature can be witnessed every fall as thousands of hunters across the United States forge into the woods to stalk kill and eat their prey Most hunters even display the heads of their prey in their living rooms as a testament to their animal nature Ed Gentry also touches his animal nature in James Dickeys novel Deliverance One weekend Ed along with three friends Bobby Lewis and Drew decides to canoe down the Cahulawassee river not knowing what trials laid ahead Drew is killed Bobby sodomized Lewis disabled and Ed severely wounded Ed stalks and kills a man in order to survive and through Eds need to survive in the wilderness he touches the animal nature within him Ed goes through life aimlessly Eventhough he has a wife a boy and his own business Ed has no direction no purpose Life is boring Eds only break from normal life is the occasional excursions that he takes with his good friend Lewis The first inclination of what Ed needs to be complete is while laying out a photo shoot for a Kittn Britches ad As Ed surveys the model he looks into her eye and spots an imperfection in it There was a peculiar spot a kind of tan slice in her left eye and it hit me with I knew right away strong powers it was not only recallable but would come back of itselfand the sight of that went through me a deep and complex male thrill as if something had touched me in the prostate21-22 Was this part of Eds animal nature showing through The animal
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