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My Life - Section 1: A pause, a rose, something on paper, As for we who 'love to be astonished' & It seemed that we had hardly begun and we were already there Summary & Analysis

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Section 1: A pause, a rose, something on paper, As for we who 'love to be astonished' & It seemed that we had hardly begun and we were already there Summary

"A pause, a rose, something on paper" compares a yellow moment to a purple moment four years later when her father returns home from war, though moments are no longer colored so. As a child, the narrator fears her uncle with the wart on his nose and is shy of her aunt's deafness. She dips into and recoils from the water, but a word is a bottomless pit, which becomes pregnant and splits open to give birth to a stone egg. There is a word in every country which...

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