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a deep cleft in the ground; abyss

What does it mean when you dream about a chasm?

Uncertainty. The unknown. Wondering how we will get from here to there. If a deep, dark chasm, it may represent the unconscious mind or feelings about death.


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Yet Stezaker differs from this oppositional lineage in emphasizing a chasmal multifariousness over polemic.
During the 1920s, "the young had broken away from the world of adults" (Mintz 2004, 214) but, according to Mintz, this generational rupture accelerated rapidly and grew even more chasmal during the Cold War:
Adam ignores the chasmal perils and cross-currents of woman's mental flexibility and "goes on speaking / in a formal, customary strain" (M: 64), ceasing to communicate with Eve.