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My Life - Section 15: A word to guard continents of fruits and organs & Altruism in poetry Summary & Analysis

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Section 15: A word to guard continents of fruits and organs & Altruism in poetry Summary

In "A word to guard continents of fruits and organs," the narrator walks the paths carrying Mace, whereas Grandfather carried a walking stick. The mouth never knows where to begin, but any translator will complain. Jealousy contains a rare combination of the mystic and the person of action, and the rhythm of cognition is a maudlin source of anxiety. The narrator takes a pen and paper with her, sure she will solve a problem, as she sets out for a walk. When Grandfather swings his crutch in the garden and smashes a wine jug, the old woman shrieks and sucks at the pools of spilled wine in the dirt. Instead of sentences, they speak in battlements of pleasure and...

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