“What one must do, therefore, is to go and see it, in order to understand what may be the texture of what gives it an existence, that is, its properties, its singularities, and to explore what had formed, informed, and deformed it.” J.-C. Bailly, Le Dépaysement (Éditions du Seuil) I thought I knew my own country because it must be...
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