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Passage: Page 248: "-You made me confess the fears that I have…" – Page 249: "Cranly did not answer."

In this passage, Stephen is saying how Cranly has made him confess all of his fears to him, but then he tells Cranly what he does not fear. Stephen tells Cranly that he does not "fear to be alone or to be spurned for another or to leave whatever" he has to leave. Stephen has gone through several stages in his life, and now that he has gone through all of those stages, he feels that he needs to go further into himself to try to discover his real self. Stephen also mentions to Cranly that he is "not afraid to make a mistake, even a big mistake, a lifelong mistake and perhaps as long as eternity too." This shows that Stephen feels that making mistakes is fine because in the end, he will learn from his mistakes. Meanwhile, Cranly repeats the word "alone" twice to try to enforce the word to Stephen and make sure that the word stands out to him. He is trying to make sure that he understands what Stephen is really saying. Cranly also points out that the word "alone" means "not only to be separate from all others but to have not even one friend." By saying this, Cranly is trying to point out to Stephen that if he leaves everything, he will also be leaving Cranly, who is Stephen's best friend. Stephen replies without hesitation that he "will take the risk." This shows how determined Stephen is to pursue art as a career. Cranly goes on, while ignoring Stephen's last sentence, talking about how if a person is truly alone, he or she would not "have any one person…who would be more than a friend, more even than the noblest and truest friend a man ever had." At this point, it is unclear about whether Cranly is addressing Stephen or talking to himself. Cranly remains quiet afterwards pondering that thought while Stephen looks at Cranly's face for any reaction. Stephen then realizes that Cranly had been... Show More

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