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“When a basket is woven, each strand of grass, or reed, or wool, or root, must pass repeatedly through human hands, and this, the principle of human touch, is what remains long after the artifact has lost utility or form, something, I think, about life being lived in its physical moment, something, it must be, about grace.”

Katharine Haake, That Water, Those Rocks:
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That Water, Those Rocks: (A Novel) That Water, Those Rocks: by Katharine Haake
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