"The writer who cuts his own paths shall find truth in the process of that cutting if he understands such cutting as a process rather than as directed toward a goal."
- Brian Evenson
"I think about the sentence as drawn between a need to get somewhere and end and then not to end if it can find its continuing shape in what comes next."
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Within the initial location, the rich, along with the terrible, are able to take showers outdoors.
Wealthy men wash themselves so as to clear up any odor in case of disclosing any traces or clues before their wives. Terrible snakes pay by the doorway for such a shower facility while the women get drinking water from the neighbors’ pumps.