from “The Child that Books Built”

Maybe it is true, as I argued in the previous chapter, that all sentences tell a story of sorts; but the sentences in a story have a special power. In a world wholly composed of words, words hit no obstructions, have no limit on their effectiveness. They can take you elsewhere.

Francis Spufford

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