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Perhaps this is why, then, when I am hungry--when I think that I am hungry--"the world offers the bountifulness of terrestrial nourishment to [my] intentions .
And you can harvest it at its ultimate nutritional bountifulness.
The world offers the bountifulness of the terrestrial nourishment to our intentions--including those of Rabelais; the world where youth is happy and restless with desire is the world itself.
Its emergence in the mid-nineteenth century intimates a recognition of nature as Otherness, not simply a taken-for-granted expression of God's bountifulness.