It might add a bit to Syrithe Pugh's fascinating thoughts about the
parallels between RCK's dream and Aeneas's dream-visit to Hades that in
the latter case Aeneas pleads for forgiveness from the stony-faced ghost
of Dido, who turns away from him and flees back into the arms of her
former husband, Sychaeus.
I'm still struck by the form of Jim Broaddus's phrase, "faith sufficient
to doubt, much less to refuse to believe." Sounds at once Pauline and