Jena Woodhouse


The landscape of this country has a story to tell, but those who can still tell it speak a different language from those who have not yet heard it. Much of the country resembles an ant-colony in the presence of danger, the occupants agitated, unsure of their bearings, somehow ill at ease with their surroundings.



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