Paradise of the Blind: Chapter 7#29
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draw an important scene
Paradise of the Blind: Chapter 7 Page 129
Previously: On the train,Hang is speaking with an English passenger.
"...Like an unknown artist I had met on the banks of the Crimea.He was an Englishmen who seemed to carry the fog of his country with him everywhere" (Huong 129)
The fog in that Englishmen's paitning reminded me of a pond filled with duckweed." (Huong 130)
"'I left England twelve years ago...I haven't seen the fog for twelve years,but I feel like I live it everyday.'" (Huong 129)
"Many landscapes have left their marks on me,but one in particular haunted me like the fog that followed my English painter: a certain duckweed floating on the surface of a pond." (Huong 130)
A strip of land somewhere in my country,in the 1980s"
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