There’s no hurry. It ends when …it ends. I enjoy the story, which is not interesting only because Anthi is a character there, inspired by a real Anthi. In fact, this is of secondary importance, generally and also to me.
The narrator’s tears have a meaning. They declare something, which is not necessarily something that readers have to find out. The important thing is that he himself finds it. No hurry here either. It will be unfolded as the story is unfolded.
At some point, I think it’ll be interesting for them to visit the city of Delphi.