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conscious of their bare ●legs.He impregnates things.At● table I have seen a water-melon become consciou●s under his gaze so that it felt the seeds● inside it stirring with life! Wome●n feel like birds confronted by a viper wh▓en they gaze into that narrow flat face with i●ts tongue always moving across the th●in lips.I think of Melissa once m●ore: hortus conclusus, soror mea spo●nso

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s Justine.‘How▓ is it you are so much one of us and ▓yet … you are not’ She is co●mbing that dark head in the mirror, he▓r mouth and eyes drawn up about a c●igarette.‘You are a mental refu▓gee of course, being Irish, bu▓t you miss our angoisse.’ What she i●s groping after is really the disti▓nctive quality which emanates not from us but● from the landscape — the metalli▓c flav

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he speaks I am thinking o▓f the founders of the city, of the soldi●er-God in his glass coffin, t●he youthful body lapped in silver, riding d●own the river towards his tomb.Or▓ of that great square negro head r●everberating with a concept of God c▓onceived in the spirit of pure intellectual p▓lay — Plotinus.It is as if the● preoccupations of this landscape wer●e centred somewhere out

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lesh, strip▓ped by over-indulgence of its final reticence▓s, must yield to a preoccupation vastl●y more comprehensive: or perish i▓n the kind of exhaustion represented by the w▓orks of the Mouseion, the guileless ▓playing of hermaphrodites in the gr▓een courtyards of art and science.Poe●try as a clumsy attempt at the artificial insemi▓nation of the Muses; the burning stupid met▓aphor

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be different in Italy or Spain; her●e our bodies were chafed by the harsh desic●cated winds blowing up out of ▓the deserts of Africa and for love ▓we were forced to substitute a wiser but cruelle●r mental tenderness which emphasized▓ loneliness rather tha

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n expu●rgated it.Now even the city had two ce▓ntres of gravity — the true and magn▓etic north of its