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D. H. Lawrence

I should feel the air move against me, and feel the things I touched, instead of having only to look at them. I’m sure life is all wrong because it has become much too visual – we can neither hear nor feel nor understand, we can only see. I’m sure that is entirely wrong. — D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love. (Dover Publications January 15, 2003) Originally published 1920.


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