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Kōbō Abe

“Still, the one who best understands the significance of light is not the electrician, not the painter, not the photographer, but the man who lost his sight in adulthood. There must be the wisdom of deficiency in deficiency, just as there is the wisdom of plenty in plenty.”

Kobo Abe, The Face of Another
tags: perceptive
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The Face of Another The Face of Another by Kōbō Abe
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