Wetness

Adam Nicolson

Wetness is not a substance but a quality, that seeps and leaks into everything like a stain. Wetness blurs and softens any margins, making distinctions indistinct. When the novelist Richard Jefferies lay on Liddington Hill in Wiltshire, he felt himself pushed up and out of the earth by the solid cha…


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