Or a murdered reality, unborn, killed by that corroding emotion without name—fear—need—dependence—hatred?
He went past a window of old shoes corroded by wear—past the door of a mission with a cross above it—past the peeling poster of a political candidate who ran two years ago—past a grocery store with barrels of rotting greens on the sidewalk.
There are no more uses of "corrosion" in the book.
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The bridge is painted each year to protect the steel from salt air corrosion.