Mountains Beneath the Horizon Bell William. Autograph Manuscript, 4pp, small 4to, on notepaper with the printed heading "Pixton Park, Dulverton" the home of Arthur Waugh.
Act I[ edit ] Winnie is embedded waist-deep in a low mound under blazing light, with a large black bag beside her. She is awakened by a piercing bell and begins her daily routine with a prayer. Talking incessantly to herself, she brushes her teeth, drinks the last of a Endgame beckett essays of tonic, and puts on her hat.
She struggles to read the writing on the toothbrush. She awakens her husband Willie, who is hidden by the mound, and prattles to him.
He occasionally responds with headlines from his newspaper, one of which reminds her of her first kiss. They both look at an apparently saucy postcard.
From her bag she pulls out a revolver, recalls how Willie asked her to take it away from him, and puts it on the ground beside her. She puts up a parasol to protect her from the sun, but it catches fire. She finds a music box in her bag, to which Willie briefly sings.
Winnie files her nails and remembers the last people who passed, a Mr. Shower or perhaps Cookerwho asked what she was doing stuck in the ground. She prepares her bag for the night and instructs Willie on how to crawl backwards into his hole.
Winnie wishes that he would come round and live where she could see him better. Act II[ edit ] Winnie is now embedded up to her neck, still wearing her hat, still with the bag and revolver beside her. She is awakened by the bell, which rings again each time she falls back asleep.
She senses that Willie is looking at her but cannot see him, and he does not respond to her calls. She continues to talk, recalling a time when a little girl called Mildred undressed her doll in the nursery at night, but is interrupted by anxiety about Willie and further memories of Mr.
Willie crawls out from behind the mound, smartly dressed, which reminds her of the day he asked her to marry him. She encourages him as he tries to crawl up the mound towards her, and is delighted when he grunts "Win".
She sings the music-box tune, a love song. The routine is raised to the level of ceremony. The bag is all she has—look at it with affection … From the first you should know how she feels about it … When the bag is at the right height you peer in, see what things are there and then get them out.
You peer more when you pick things up than when you put them down.
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