[Gertrude Stein] does the phenomenology of reading brilliantly. But I’ve encountered sentences written by her which have followed me in my head ever since because they’re keys to the very nature of language, but also the nature of reality. A sentence, one of my favorites, is, “It looked like a garden but he had hurt himself by accident.”

William Gass 
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