he should be."
living is so banal."
I felt suddenly older, even as the puma also, in her effect on me, made me more like a very young human in one particular way, which was that all the banal (or not) objects and experiences around me were reenchanted."
He concentrated not only on the objects themselves but also, critically, on the atmosphere that surrounded them, the erratically shifting phantoms of light and color that he called the enveloppe...But freezing the appearance of objects...was no easy task. 'I am chasing a dream,' he admitted in 1895. 'I want the impossible.'"
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spreadsheets in the sky."