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talisein: interior
talisein
aleisin, that really represents his break with the suburb... As you know, he’s driven out of the suburb, or he thinks he is, he can’t live there anymore, people won’t talk to him on the street and so on. So he and Mrs. Cheney go to his mother’s land, and for the first time he makes contact...with the landscape. And what he does is embrace the top of the hill.—Vincent Scully, Architectural Historian
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