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What clouds there are move by unnoticing and cruel.
He would pass by suburbs unnoticing and unnoticed because they are not only often literally invisible when viewed from interstate highways or even local roads, but more significantly because the suburban paranoia does not allow for the encroachment of beatniks like him into the life-world of American suburbia.
I think you know what I mean: The nonchalance with which we go about our lives, unnoticing the daily amenities afforded to us by the captured energy of a younger sun.
The two pieties combine in much public discourse, and often the American will slide unnoticing from one to another." (53)