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The poet-philosophers of the plains (and every plainsman is one) know that the plains are unknowable in their totality, and are therefore charged with possibility.
For Murnane, for the plainsmen, this obviously apparent richness of the actual is a kind of poverty.
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First Known Use: 1801See Words from the same year
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