Evidently, life owes its sordidness, sadness,nand impossibility to the rarity ofnconcurring love, liberty, and sexuality.nLiberty in particular causes the young tonbe "confused and afraid, as they shouldnbe." "To avoid the terrifying solitude ofnliberty," they "search to find a realm ofnlife in which they can immediately belong."nGrau sou . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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