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(Helmke, 2007: p36)


‘Here in the North, the sun does not rise to the Zenith but grazes things obliquely and then dissolves in an interplay of light and shadow…The South, too, has its mood. Unquestionably. But there, all is stable; indeed, the south becomes marked by the single mood that becomes manifest when sunlight permeates all things.’ (Norburg-Shulz 1996)


“Doorway”

“The Threshold Covenant”


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