There is “neither singular identity nor relations; only solitude and similitude in a silent dialogue… with the landscape-text addressed him along with others… The only face to be seen, the only voice to be heard… are his own: the face and voice of solitude made all the more baffling by the fact it echoes millions of others.”

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