On page 44 the yellow and purple quotation marks first introduce The man with no Arms. This in its self is in no way extrodinary, but they introduce him as the Man with no Harms. I am curious to think that this is either one of the speech impediment like so many of the others throughout the book, or possibly the only true articulation of The man with no Harms. If this is the case, can it be assumed that the maker of the swords is perfect? However, on page 75 the man with no arms clenches one of the swords, Dagger?, between his teeth. This implies the inability to do it with his hands. But, this could also be an assumption made by one of the story tellers.
Also I have some questions concerning the quotation marks. Why, in some cases are there two different colored quotation marks begining a single phrase? Why are there quotation marks after a phrase? what is the signifigance of the giant quotation marks? Any thoughts?