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Nicole Krauss

He spoke of human solitude, of the intrinsic loneliness of a sophisticated mind, one that’s capable of reason and poetry, but which grasps at straws when it comes to understanding another, A mind aware of the impossibility of absolute understanding.. The difficulty of having a mind that understands that it’ll never be understood. — Nicole Krauss, Man Walks into a Room. (Anchor; Reprint edition November 11, 2003)

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