Miller is dead, long live Miller.
Like Christ, Miller resurrects. Now he should be seated in Heaven right by the Father—the God Father… “This is my beloved Son, on whom I’ve put on all my complacency.”
Like Hamlet’s father, Miller is prone to return in the body of a ghost. What the fact proclaims is that the grave has been opened and emptied.
Like Moses, he may belong in the category of the people who have left the earth without dying and therefore are not in need of a resurrection..
Like Oedipus… The place of Oedipus’ grave is and was forever unmarked. Oedipus disappeared without a trace.The descendants of Theseus, the mythical king and founder-hero of Athens, know the place where the grave of Oedipus is to be found, but this does not obviate the fact that when Oedipus dies the place of his grave is unmarked. He disappears. This is a way of signifying the empty set, of marking it with a sign, a sign that is kept secret and is passed down from father to son.
Like Mr Valdemar in Edgar Allan Poe’s story. The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar is about a man who dies under the effects of hypnosis. And during the death throes his cadaver does not decay. Because of Valdemar’s hypnotic state involving not only an apparent immunity to physical dissolution but also the ability to attest in speech to his atrocious condition.