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Bar the door! Put out the light, for it gleams across the night. From Illustrated British Ballads, Old and New by George Barnett Smith, 1886.
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The Temple of the God of Literature, from Intimate China by Alicia Bewicke, 1899.
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Ancient sundial at Marrington, from Nooks and Corners of Shropshire by H. Thornhill Timmins, 1899.
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demoniality:

From Alter Ejusdem by James Archibald Sidey, 1877.
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From Podróż na wschód Azyi [Journey to East Asia] 1888-1889.
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A close encounter with a Grey from Eaglehawk and Crow: A Study of the Australian Aborigines by John Mathew, 1899.
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tri-ciclo:

Der Orchideengarten,1920
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unfolding:

Honoré Daumier, The Physician (1833, lithograph)     1831-32 Cholera Epidemic
Translation of caption:
“How the devil does it happen that all my patients succumb? … I bleed them, I physic them, I drug them… . I simply can’t understand it.”
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From the title sequence of Confirm or Deny (1941).
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invisiblestories:

In one of her lectures, Mary Ruefle suggests that as a sign of respect we should take a word out of circulation when a writer dies. I suggest two: magical realism.

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