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‘the wide effulgence of a summer noon”; the beauty of great writing

    I suffered a near loss of vision. It was terrifying, but treatment seems to have restored my sight to its former state, or near to it. I temporarily lost the ability to read. To celebrate my recovery, I … Continue reading

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