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Offer an explication of the quote. Make sure you explain the significance of the given quote as well as relate the quote to the rest of the work. Write between 500 – 750 words, double-spaced, 12pt. Times New Roman font. 

Quote: Absalom, Abasalom!

Rosa: “Because there is something in the touch of flesh with flesh which abrogates, cuts sharp and straight across the devious intricate channels of decorous ordering, which enemies as well as lovers know because it makes them both…” (CH V. 111-112).

 
 
 

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