Student or Learner
Would you please help me undo this mystery?
The following is quoted from the book " for one more day."
Would you please tell me what "Go" in "GO WHAT I HAVE written here"
means here ?
Thank you very much in advance.
"He returned to his mower. I let go of the fence. It was rusty, and
some of the rust came off on my
Every family is a ghost story. I approached the bleachers.
GO WHAT I HAVE written here is what Charles "Chick” Benetto told me in
our conversation that
morning – which stretched out much longer than that–as well as
personal notes and pages from his
journal that I found later, on my own. I have assembled them into the
following narrative, in his voice,
because I'm not sure you would believe this story if you didn't hear
it in his voice. "
Thank you very much!
It makes sense without it, so it's probably a proofreading error.
: 'So' or something.
There is a very informal Br Eng meaning of 'go' - =choose/wish for [usually in the context of food - e.g. 'I could go a nice steak and chips now'. But there are two things against this:
- Br Eng speakers don't say 'bleachers' - unless they're telling stories of what they did on holiday in the USA
- It still wouldn't make sense, even with the changed meaning