No child is a historian; every child becomes one
In the lands of the singular and the plural
(word-ing)
(preface)
“No dreamer ever remains indifferent for long to a picture of a house.” (Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space, 1958) 
1 “The houses that were lost forever continue to live on in us…they insist in us in order to live again, as though they expected us to give them a…
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