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My Life - Section 9: The years pass, years in which, I take it, events were not lacking, So upright, twilit quoted & Yet we insist that life is full of happy chances Summary & Analysis

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Section 9: The years pass, years in which, I take it, events were not lacking, So upright, twilit quoted & Yet we insist that life is full of happy chances Summary

In "The years pass, years in which, I take it, events were not lacking," disorder is entangled in language, so the narrator reads several books at once. When his children are small, Father suggests that his family go camping, but the outdoors frighten him in the dark. The narrator's friend points out that there is no point in buying a large home since all of the rooms will be empty, except the kitchen where she will be with her children. The narrator recalls a woman who renounces a point...

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