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September 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

I think I travel to ask the questions which are hard to formulate about one’s own times because one is in the midst, at home, of all that one has seen so often that one does not receive the jolt that might confront one with the uncomfortable but important question. Not with answers ā€” answers are not possible for one’s own times and in one’s own place. The answer only becomes obvious after time has passed, and we can see, if we have survived it, the predicament that we have passed through.

ā€”Mary Oppen.

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