Saint Pierre & Miquelon Country on In aIl these cases, something like the triple pun in psyche is in play. Hardy’s emotionallistener makes a fdish out of the sound of the wind in the heath-bells and projects a single hidden spiritual person, the It, into them: it was the single person of something else speaking through each at once. It is both a pers on and an impersonal something else. Hardy’s narrative voice, and its submissive listener, is both subject to the fetishism and at the same time deconstructs it, if I may dare to employ that word. The narrative voice does that by using a term (fetichistic) that shows he or it knows it is a projection. The hidden person is a fetishistic illusion projected into what is really no more than an impersonal wind blowing over the heath. It is not 1, the reader, who performs a deconstructive reading. Saint Pierre & Miquelon Country 2016.