Ears

Neuhaus, Max

Paris : Onestar Press, cop. 2001

Tiré du site Internet de Onestar Press: "The ways we think of our ears are strange indeed. Although in plain sight, they remain completely unseen. Most of us can describe the nose, eyes or mouth of an acquaintance; but unless there is deformity, few of us could say very much about the ears, even of someone we live with. Not only do we not see each other’s ears, but we don’t want them to be... Plus

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    Tiré du site Internet de Onestar Press: "The ways we think of our ears are strange indeed. Although in plain sight, they remain completely unseen. Most of us can describe the nose, eyes or mouth of an acquaintance; but unless there is deformity, few of us could say very much about the ears, even of someone we live with. Not only do we not see each other’s ears, but we don’t want them to be seen. Describing the details or shape of someone’s ears usually results in acute embarrassment.It is as if they are private parts situated in plain view, sensual organs exposed but unseen. M.N.