bottomlessness


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the property of being very deep

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Beloved's travel is a testament to the irrepressibility of trauma and the bottomlessness of what it is we do not remember.
In Sorrentino, such bottomlessness suggests a trap, a sinkhole of mud (fungo = fango) where a spectacle of "flawless play" only seemingly pertains.
And it looks as if it is continuing to fall into bottomlessness.
If the forces set in motion by World War I drastically devalued experience, it suffered a second, even deeper plunge into bottomlessness during the next war.