For sure, in a present existence that seems to me as diminutive as prehistory, I too thought I would get married. I speak of my seventh, my twelve years of age. However, it is strange: the more I organize and search through my memory of that person I was, the less I find the word "marriage." As an only child, I found myself observing wives, husbands, fiancées, the betrothed. That even then gave me
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exquisite, irresistible, and triumphal relief. How can these feelings exist? I suppose I am only human, and I go wagging my tail, as happy and as free as a dog without a master.
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