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On language invention. To desire some other perfect language is at once to acknowledge and to overlook the miraculousness of what we have.
A letter to George Orwell. « All narrative is hypnotic. Some narratives are more hypnotic than others. Because of you, we can be conscious of the kinds and the workings of the narratives that set out to deaden us, lessen us, make us lie, make us part of the lie. »