the greatest dramatist that follows: Lorca.
It is somehow more than a mere figure of speech to say that nature fecundates
the mind of man with ideas which, when these ideas grow up, will resemble their father, Nature (Charles S.
59) Be that as it may, it is also closely related to the lunar sun of the afternoon (60)--the sun that when it sets fecundates
the earth-- and the present-day Otomi see it as a phallic symbol.
The penis is both the giver of life as a spear, for as a nankara stone projected by the phallic ogre (mamu) it brings death, but in the hands of her husband it cures the disease and fecundates
Their introduction is filled with obfuscating prose such as the following gem: "That opacity of knowledge, figured in the cross-mirroring faces and forces of available identification, is the kind of disorienting refraction that Sedgwick sees as constitutive of a self, her self, the self that fecundates
and is fecundated by inimitable similarities, similar inimitabilities" (emphasis in original).