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- Sweat runs with its own tangible life down a body as if a giant egg has been broken onto our shoulders.p. 79.4
- It has moved tangible, palpable, into her brain, the way memory invades the present in those who are old, the way gardens invade houses here, the way her tiny body steps into mine as intimate as anything I have witnessed and I have to force myself to be gentle with this frailty in the midst of my embrace.p. 112.8
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