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August 20, 2004

That Ribbon of Highway

The road is a major theme of Passing Through, simply because we use the highway as a means of passing through. As a conveyance. To get from here to there, we use the asphalt path, be it a lane, a street, an avenue or an interstate. One leads to the other, and soon we have arrived at our destination. We spend so much time on the road that this symbol of movement becomes a static experience in our lives. We are going somewhere, but we are always in the same place: on the road.

Just passing through, people say.

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