William Faulkner Quote

It is as though the space between us were time: an irrevocable quality. It is as though time, no longer running straight before us in a diminishing line, now runs parallel between us like a looping string, the distance being the doubling accretion of the thread an not the interval between.


The Best of Faulkner (ed. 1954)

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It is as though the space between us were time: an irrevocable quality. It is as though time, no longer running straight before us in a diminishing...

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It is as though the space between us were time: an irrevocable quality. It is as though time, no longer running straight before us in a diminishing...

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It is as though the space between us were time: an irrevocable quality. It is as though time, no longer running straight before us in a diminishing...

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It is as though the space between us were time: an irrevocable quality. It is as though time, no longer running straight before us in a diminishing...