Ian’s postcards

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I remember:

but foggily. Did you tell me about particular places you’d lived? No – you talked about people, not places.

You said:

it’s not a physical thing. It wasn’t the building I liked, it was the environment within: that communal space where you’re sharing your day, and stuff’s happening and people are bouncing off each other.

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