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Chapter 4 finds the reader listening to Uzzi-Tuzii as he reads Leaning from the Steep Slope aloud. The reader notes that listening to someone read, particularly when translating, is much different than reading personally. The reader suddenly notices that Ludmilla has arrived and is listening, also. Uzzi-Tuzii abruptly stops, noting that Leaning from the Steep Slope is incomplete, as the author committed suicide. The professor says that all books written in the Cimmerian language continue in the beyond, as it is the language of the dead. Ludmilla notes that she prefers to read books she knows will always exist to which the professor responds that all of reading measures a material object, the reader, against an immaterial world. Lotaria suddenly appears to tell her sister she has located the book for which Ludmilla is...

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