Notre besoin de consolation est impossible à rassasier by Stig Dagerman

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25). People of all ages and all levels of education express their inner time for moving in everything they do: in breath; in the beating of the heart; walking in different tempi from deeply thoughtful or sorrowful largo, to casual strolling andante, lively allegro or hurrying presto; in grasping and manipulating things and in gesturing thoughts and feeling; in speaking; and in singing or playing a musical instrument. It not only sets up trains of pulses with different energy – it frames phrases, and gives narrative form to longer communications, building from introduction through development to a climax of meaning in excitement, then falling back to rest in a resolution.

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