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A bit if short prose... INOVATIVE!

Samuel Beckett: Stirrings Still, 2

As one in his right mind when at last out again he knew not how he was not 
long out again when he began to wonder if he was in his right mind.  For 
could one not in his right mind be reasonably said to wonder if he was in 
his right mind and bring what is more his remains of reason to bear on 
perplexity in the way he must be said to do if he is to be said at all?  
was therefore in the guise of a more or less reasonable being that he 
emerged at last he know not how into the outer world and had not been 
for more than six or seven hours by the clock when he could not but begin 
wonder if he was in his right mind.  By the same clock whose strokes were 
those heard times without number in his confinement as it struck the hours 
and half hours and so in a sense at first a source of reassurance till 
finally one of alarm as being no clearer now than when in principle 
by his four walls.

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