“The Stone Lectures” / Memorable Fancies #3426

[“Stone does not know how to lecture” – João Cabral de Melo Neto]

Stone asserts.

If it hears objections, it acts quickly.

If it hears considerations, it acts more quickly, and harder.

If it hears agreement, it is suspicious.

If it hears nothing, it is at last satisfied by the silence it has created.

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