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the Volcano: 351.)
“I have come home.
The destination of all journeys is their beginning.
I have not come home.
I emitted, at last, a single cry like that of a new-born child. But
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there was no answering sound at all in that vast, sonorous place where I
found myself but the resonance of the sea and the small echo of my voice.
I called for my mother but she did not answer me.”
(AngelaCarter, The Passion of the New Eve. New York: Little & Brown Book
Group, 1992: 186.)
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