It seems so—particularly in those moments where it becomes queasily clear that Klosterman has no fixed point of view.
Motionless and speechless, he would stare at a fixed point as if in a trance.
We are like weathercocks, and have no fixed point, but can be turned by a passing breath.
He has a fixed point to run round, and his goal is the tree from which he started.
It cannot stand at a fixed point; if it be not sent backward it must progress.
Everyone and everything else measures from that fixed point.
For Champlain Quebec was a fixed point on the way to the Orient.
This light appeared to come from a fixed point directly in front of them.
At any fixed point waves will arrive, therefore, with modified frequency.
Madness was a fixed point; and the inquiries into it had no nicety.