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And yet, so heavily did the world weigh on her in spite of her independent energy, that with this idea of Will as in need of such help and at a disadvantage with the world, there came always the vision of that unfittingness of any closer relation between them which lay in the opinion of every one connected with her.
1) Dinshaw sometimes defines queerness in sweeping, generalizing terms: "What is left out, that residue, is the leavings of categories, the queer; and queerness is just that relation of unfittingness, disjunctiveness--that uncategorizability, that being-left-out" (158).