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5) "In turning towards the existent with astonishment, man is as it were primevally open to the world once again, he finds himself in the dawn of a new day of the world in which he himself and everything that is begins to appear in a new light.
Timpani now had softer heads, but the trumpets still rasped, and doubled horns roared and pooped their exuberant contributions while double-basses grunted primevally below.
A hundred and fifty years ago, with the Great West still awaiting settlement, Thoreau proposed in an essay called "Huckleberries" that each American town should set aside a square mile or more to coexist primevally with whatever people chose to build on the rest.