22. So Very Much Having Passed
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22 So very much having passed before our eyes that our eyes in the end saw nothing, but beyond and behind was memory like the white sheet one night in an enclosure where we saw strange visions, even stranger than you, pass by and vanish into the motionless foliage of a peppertree ; having known this fate of ours so well wandering around among broken stones, three or six thousand years searching in collapsed buildings that might have been our homes trying to remember dates and heroic deeds: will we be able? having been bound and scattered, having struggled, as they said, with non-existent difficulties lost, then finding again a road full of blind regiments sinking in marshes and in the lake of Marathon, will we be able to die properly? 29 ...



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