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"The inscription on the tomb in the famous painting by Poussin, attributed to death—'I too am in Arcadia'—is a statement of the pastoral's limitation, but also of its immanent promise: to return us to life, refreshed, prepared to renew the struggle, without losing sight of the fact of limitation: of self, of the body, of bioregions, of the earth itself." Joshua Corey • Arcadia Project (pdf)

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