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Shadow

In candlestick charting, the "wicks" above and below each candle. Each candle represents a single trading day; the shadow above a candle represents the highest price on that day while the shadow below represents the lowest price. See also: Real body.
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There may be a textual explanation for Eliza's shadowiness: only a small collection of her letters have survived.
For Jeff, I think that the shadowiness may be intentional.
Journeying, seeking, allegorizing, surmising, ever desiring, Bonnefoy's gesture gives over language to being, despite hesitation and unknowing; it is an improbable yet feasible dance of joy with the shadowiness of self and the phenomena of life melting away like snowflakes, as "La voix lointaine" suggests: a dance ever interrogated by its own poetic voice, never considered transcendent of that "responsibility" (read Jean-Paul Avice's fine "La poesie par coeur" in Avec Yves Bonnefoy to be convinced of this so often-questioned feasibility).