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Works of art speak in a wordless language just as true than any speech

Works of art speak in a wordless language just as true than any speech Works of art speak in a wordless language just as true than any speech
Letters to a young poet
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Letters to a young poet
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Things are not nearly so comprehensible and sayable as we are generally made to believe. Most experiences are unsayable; they come to fullness in a realm that words do not inhabit. And most unsayable of all are works of art, which — alongside our transient lives — mysteriously endure.

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