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Is this something like nature’s camera fading into a scene? . pale blue oriental rugs. Of course: what other colour could they possibly be? . replacing light bulbs. This then is one of the symbols of habitation. Zampanт’s apartment had no lightbulbs, and as he tells us in the ‘Bits’ section, ‘history is uninhabited’ (p. 546, and cf. Johnny’s comment that his ‘studio’s history’ in the Introduction).
Also, habitation is being connected to illumination. . including one of his own prize-winning photographs. Delial?
Most probably, which makes him a glutton for punishment, right? Navidson carries guilt for taking this picture, yet he allows it to occupy this room.
Yes, it is. Page 368: “. Karen includes a shot of Navidson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph. [. ] The same one hanging in their home and one of the first things Navidson placed in their car the night they fled.”
Also, this mention is a nice inversion of the Delial mystery. As we find out in “A Brief History of Who I Love”, the name is written on the reverse of the photograph, which is (presumably) in a frame. So we have the name and the image in the same chapter but the name is hidden in the same way Karen’s worries are hidden from Navidson.
Allowing the guilt to occupy his room, just like Zampano and Johnny, yes. We certainly get a lot of such instances of all three “storymakers” feeling the same emotion at more or less the same place in the book.
Also, this mention is a nice inversion of the Delial mystery. As we find out in “A Brief History of Who I Love”, the name is written on the reverse of the photograph, which is (presumably) in a frame. So we have the name and the image in the same chapter but the name is hidden in the same way Karen’s worries are hidden from Navidson. . reveals how each room is occupied. Once more, the theme of occupation. Also consider the discussion which took place in this thread a while ago. Their warmly lit faces. Cf. p. 57: ‘their faces lit like sprites on a winter’s eve.’ Too often his response has been misread by those aware of the film’s ending. Notice that ‘mis-read . DNE’ in the Index, but there are plenty of instances of it in the book. See here. . uprooted. Interesting that in order for Navidson and his family to ‘put down roots’ as he states at the top of this page, some of its members must be ‘uprooted’ first. “Bloomydales” A child’s cute spoonerism (Daisy means “Bloomingdales”) that also echoes the positive aspects of the move (dales fully of bloom) as well as a less positive future (the absence of “Bloomydales”).
Also perhaps an oblique reference to Harold Bloom? The word ‘bloom’ is also listed several times in the Index, and in this post pwhite explores the different nuances of the word. Chad . . . is a little more self-conscious, even serious . . at this point Chad has no sense of what the future holds Here, Chad’s attitude is echoed in the reader: we have the same sense of foreboding with no idea what for, but for different reasons.
And this is just one of the many instances where Zampano dives into a character’s psyche and tells us how that character feels. It raises the question of just how much of those emotions could Zampano actually decipher from the Navidson Record videotape–provided it ever did exist. “It’s not the same. I dunno. Sometimes it’s just silent . . . No sound at all.”
“Does that scare you?”
“Why?” asks his father.
“It’s like something’s waiting.” Cf. p5: “There’s something here. It’s following me. No it’s stalking me.” And possibly p335: “‘Death of light gives birth to a creature-darkness few can accept as pure absence.’”
Given that we too are ‘aware of the film’s ending’, it’s difficult for us not to ‘misread’ this as a sort of vague premonition of what is to come, especially when you take into consideration his subsequent response that he doesn’t like silence because ‘It’s like something’s waiting.’
In fact, this is such a typical horror-story beginning, where the parents are oblivious to their children’s sense of foreboding, that it’s not hard to see why Rosen feels it’s all a set-up.
Yes, it’s indeed a typical beginning, and given my general notion that Zampano’s book did not quite end the way it started, I always see these instances as hints at a literary experiment gone rabid: Zampano started writing a horror story a la Stephen King, and then it became something else; something not quite fiction.
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Page 10: Navidson, we learn, began his project by mounting a number of Hi 8s around the . . Wouldn’t this be unsettling, knowing cameras are watching your every move? Knowing your every moment will be logged? Of course, reality TV is based upon the principle that participants will in the end get used (or sublimate their knowledge of) the cameras following them. This, in part, happens. But then again, one should not play down the effect of the camera. Without it, Navidson would still be sleeping, right? To apply the connection Zampano makes between sharpshooters and photojournalists: If you knew you had a sniper rifle trained on you in every room you walked into, that’s bound to affect your behaviour, isn’t it?

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