And, as the second edition of the Carceri shows, he clung to the title, and to the Daedalean
(12) In Faulkner's intertextual allegory the cyclops beacon is associated with Feinman/King Minos; the airport is the island of Crete; the streets of New Valois and the torturous airport pathways that wend "like a tedious argument/Of insidious intent" are the Daedalean
labyrinth (Eliot 3); Shumann is Icarus.
'What would you like in your sandwiches, boys?' I asked, unprepared for the Daedalean
task I was letting myself in for.
They always get lost, search but never find, are trapped in a Daedalean
labyrinth, fall into abysses, run in circles, feel quixotically bewitched by magic, fall prey to sudden changes of mood, live in a world governed by Fortune, see 'death' lurking everywhere, tread on broken glass, cry for help with nobody around to hear them, and experience laughter for no obvious reason--all heightened by the fragmentary state of the text.
Icarus in the Boardroom, in other words, emphasizes Icarus, but the perspective is Daedalean
. This Review, by contrast, emphasizes the ability of existing institutions to respond to the problems Skeel identifies, resisting the impulse to tinker with the system and federalize ever-greater amounts of corporate governance.