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Date: 1900, 1901

"Between nature and ourselves, nay, between ourselves and our own consciousness a veil is interposed: a veil that is dense and opaque for the common herd,--thin, almost transparent, for the artist and the poet. What fairy wove that veil?"

— Bergson, Henri-Louis (1859-1941)

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Date: 1992

"Patrick had tried to sleep, but tattered rags of speed still trailed through his consciousness and kept him charging forward."

— Edward St. Aubyn (b. 1960)

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Date: 1993

"I didn't need to speak, I could lay thoughts out in his mind like they were a sheet."

— Campion, Jane (b. 1954)

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Date: April 24, 2011

"It's all song, all singing, the body's seat / and number, the mind's pleats, time's hem."

— Lee, Li-Young (b .1957)

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Date: 2011

"His mind unwinding like a spool of loose thread."

— Nadzam, Bonnie

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Date: 6:28 PM - 21 Apr 2014

"a bedclothes is an imagination: peachier and ranker."

— Metaphor-a-Minute!

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The Mind is a Metaphor is authored by Brad Pasanek, Assistant Professor of English, University of Virginia.