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My Life - Section 14: And I in the middleground found & The world gives speech substance and mind (mile) stones Summary & Analysis

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Section 14: And I in the middleground found & The world gives speech substance and mind (mile) stones Summary

In "And I in the middleground found," this year is midway through the narrator's life, according to the psychic. The narrator cannot go on for the moment because her pen has run out of ink. In each age, a new realism reacts against the previous age's reality. The lingering intellect is erotic. There are too many pieces to the narrator's idea, and she likes to move them around as she becomes obsessed with patience. "Skies are the terrains of the myopic, eyes are the servants of perception" (page 149), and poems are models of inquiry. They write reminders on the blackboard in the kitchen. Reality takes the long way around by expressing itself in...

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