Quote of the Day

A poet I otherwise do not understand once said that we are disloyal to both things when we say that one is like the other. It is a kind of treason against difference.

“A poet I otherwise do not understand once said that we are disloyal to both things when we say that one is like the other. It is a kind of treason against difference.” — Ben Marcus, Notes from the Fog, Paris Review (Summer 2018)

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