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“He had, in odd ways, given it to every moment of his life, and had perhaps given it most fully when he was unaware of his giving. It was a passion neither of the mind nor of the flesh ; rather, it was a force that comprehended them both, as if they were but the matter of love, its specific substance. To a woman or to a poem, it said simply : Look ! I am alive.”
– John Williams
Public and participative discussion on the words and loves of a university man in Stoner (1965) by John Williams.
@ Coffee Home, near CP, Delhi
Saturday 5 August, 6:30 pm