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My Life - Section 7: Such displacements alter illusions, which is all-to-the-good, The coffee drinkers answered ecstatically, We are not forgetting the patience of the mad, their love of detail & Reason looks for two, then arranges it from there Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: Such displacements alter illusions, which is all-to-the-good, The coffee drinkers answered ecstatically, We are not forgetting the patience of the mad, their love of detail & Reason looks for two, then arranges it from there Summary

In "Such displacements alter illusions, which is all-to-the-good," the narrator signals for the birds to be as quiet as possible while they sing. When the narrator was a child, Tommy, the mailman, let the neighborhood children join him on his route until he reached the busy streets when he would send them home. The narrator flees her charges, the campers to whom she is counselor. She works as a mountain guide all summer, and a...

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