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The sense of anticipation in creation has both been fulfilled and not. Syme is not Michael because it is still the time of messenger-angels, not warrior-angels. To Chesterton, marriage represented the best things in creation of which he wished to awaken appreciation: companionship, the sustaining of life, and, above all, a bedrock of civilization and the maintainer of society.
The word gravity, of course, also has the more common meaning associated with the archetypal representative of the immutable laws that govern the universe.
The connection with Syme may be found in his office as Thursday, the day when God made the sun, moon, and stars to govern the day and the night. Rosamund represents an ideal of sanity and order that Syme seeks during the novel and will find afterwards in his marriage to her. The author illuminates some of the most obscure sections of the text with entertaining and profound analysis. Need I say more? She began her academic career investigating libertarianism, proceeded to church history, dallied in Shakespearean literature, and currently revels in graphic novels and all things Disney.