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In contrast to the state of affairs Harvey describes and analyzes, Tabucchi builds on the "metaphysical nostalgia" of the Pessoan heteronyms Alvaro de Campos and Bernardo Soares to excogitate a means of resisting our shared condition of postmodernity.
1, unless we excogitate high-minded distinctions in the senses of amare and amor.
Public joint-declarations are queer fish and the committees that excogitate them queerer still.