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Specimen passage and commentary

  • James Gibson
Chapter
Part of the Macmillan Master Guides book series

Abstract

It was a typical summer evening in June, the atmosphere being in such delicate equilibrium and so transmissive that inanimate objects seemed endowed with two or three senses, if not five. There was no distinction between the near and the far, and an auditor felt close to everything within the horizon. The soundlessness impressed her as a positive entity rather than as the mere negation of noise. It was broken by the strumming of strings.

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© James Gibson 1986

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