- There is a semi-recurring theme of water, fountains, pipes, wells and windlasses, and the like. Thoughts?
- "Lavabo" is a great word, isn't it?
- If all the cities are just a million impressions or vantages of the same city, what is the point from which Armilla is being viewed?
- Contrast Armilla to Hypatia regarding Polo's proximity to them. For example, Armilla: "In the morning you hear them singing" connotes, to me anyway, distance, as opposed to Polo's extended residency in Hypatia.
- Is there a difference, fundamentally (and perhaps perspective is a required component to this answer), between a city destroyed and a city unfinished?
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Monday, August 1, 2011
INVISIBLE CITIES XXIII -- Thin Cities: ARMILLA
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