“The world was there before you at each sunrise, ready to be read.” Last month’s Macalester College alumni book club read was Marianne Wiggins’s Evidence of Things Unseen. I loved almost everything about it. Including the luscious prose. This line from the middle of the book grabbed me. I love the way it captures the possibility of a new day.
The world was there
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