For this optional short response it occurs to me to suggest focusing a bit on the narrative and interpretive layers in play in this piece on the imperatives of sleep and awakening.
There are moments in the text where we find:
Caruth reading Lacan reading Freud
Caruth reading Lacan
Lacan reading Freud
Freud reading his patient’s dream
and maybe a few other variations
Consider selecting two different instances of these interpretive processes and briefly compare and contrast.
What is the significance of what you find in common or in difference?
Just like you did before, one page double space.