12. Soap

First Sentence: The reader, right off, is kindly asked (he will soon understand why) -- I must say: for taking off -- to give himself, in his imagination, German ears.

 

Last Sentence: Its fate now depends only on the material nature of which these signs and their support are part.

 

Cellular Sentence: No pebble (quoit), no stone so slippery, whose reaction in your fingers, if you managed to hold it there while chafing with it with the right dose of water, in such a voluminous, pearly slobber, consisting of many clusters of plethoric bubbles.

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