Voss, Dorothy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, January 1985, ISBN 9780061425950)

When he closes his eyes, Damien Moore apprehends a cavity behind the blackness. It makes one think of a savage and marvellous god. Behind the space behind the darkness lives Damien Moore.

Damien even receives a sense of this unfathomable region’s extent. It feels wide enough to hold a novel, but not a phonebook.

To my astonishment, Michael reports that he also apprehends such a cavity. Who else has the same sense? Could it arise, in some of us, out of some quirk in the human proprioceptive system?

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