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Karen Kelsay’s “Kissing Gate at Exmoor”

I responded quite emotionally to this piece partly because it raises questions about what it means to be a human observer in a landscape we’ve at once idealized and damaged. Although I’ve never been to Exmoor, the place feels simultaneously … Continue reading

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