Edward Dahlberg Quote

There are men that are birds, and their raiment is trembling feathers, for they show their souls to everyone and everything that is ungentle or untutored or evil or mockery is as a rude stone cast at them, and they suffer all day long, or as Paul remarks they are slain every moment.


Cipango's Hinder Door (ed. 1965)

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There are men that are birds, and their raiment is trembling feathers, for they show their souls to everyone and everything that is ungentle or...

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There are men that are birds, and their raiment is trembling feathers, for they show their souls to everyone and everything that is ungentle or...

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There are men that are birds, and their raiment is trembling feathers, for they show their souls to everyone and everything that is ungentle or...

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There are men that are birds, and their raiment is trembling feathers, for they show their souls to everyone and everything that is ungentle or...