In fact, she began to focus all of her hostility on Siffre, the scientist who was "torturing" her from above. She did a sketch of her cave that included a self-portrait. Published with a series of articles that she wrote from underground for Figaro magazine in Paris, it showed her strapped and laced with wires and probes.
The sketch also showed a bookshelf that showed Siffre as the author of texts on sadomasochism. And she drew a dart board on the wall with Siffre's face covered with dart wounds.
Affection for Cave
But as her resentment and hatred of her scientific master mounted, her affection for the cave and her books steadily increased.
When she finally received word from above that her time underground was over, she was overcome with affection for her cave. She placed candles around the interior of the large cavern to highlight its features and she had a final affectionate conversation with the stalagmites: