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Subject: Re: Two Thoughts (Fish Symbolism)
From: GIOVIN%HECTOR@ecs.umass.edu (Rocky Giovinazzo)
Date: 1991-04-28, 18:33
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

> >From: steele@athena.cs.uga.edu (Frank Steele)
> >

	
		
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Subject: Two thoughts....
> >How did Nadine gain her incredible strength? When she tried to kill herself?
	Actually, maybe she's always been super strong but we just didn't see 
much of it until last fall.  There was the scene before her suicide attempt 
where she was working out on a rower and ended up bending the metal "arms" 
of the rower all the way to the floor.  She also used to race around 
the house and even nearly knocked Ed over when her drape runners were 
working well.

	Also, is there some "fish" symbolism that I may not be aware of?
Fish have been referred to in the "fish in the percolator" scene, and
the "tea at Margaret's place" scene ("the fish aren't running").  There's
also the discovery of Laura's body when Pete had "Gone fishin'."  Now
he's going fishing again with Audrey (I guess)-- what will he find?

Rocky Giovinazzo


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