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The laws of reading are determined by TWO. When Dinosaurs Fly 45 that particular text that is being read ... ”56 Derrida’s point is well taken; there is much to be gained in reading the text without dwelling on the psychological implications of Hobbes’ reality. Furthermore, it is important not to infer any motivation Watterson may or may not have had in navigating the potential for psychoanalysis. ”57 If anything, such readings run against the strip’s imaginative grain. In the June 16, 1993, strip, Calvin captures this point succinctly.

This, in turn, echoes the textual properties that Derrida associates with endless possible readings. In questioning theological matters, then, this snowman provides a measure of hope in the face of a condition that is essentially hopeless in its mortal (as far as snowmen go) nature. When examining the role imagination plays in structuring Calvin 42 Imagination and Meaning in Calvin and Hobbes and Hobbes in this capacity, a related point must be mentioned. The strip is the product of Watterson’s specific imagination.

For Calvin, the imagination provides an outlet for a reality that often must be endured rather than enjoyed. Calvin’s ability to conceptualize his dislike for Susie as something that could have occurred in the world of dinosaurs gathers the text in a way that engages the reader specifically through the disjunction between text and reality. ”9 In its ability to fuse divergent elements, the imagination is, as Calvin makes clear, the gateway into transcendent worlds. 10 Textually, the imagination coordinates elements that otherwise could not be held in appropriate tension.

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