Upon waking we take up again the chores of our daily existence, relinquishing the more spacious mode of existence we inhabited during the night. This brings with it a sense of loss. Proust, Kafka, Walter Benjamin, Jacques Lacan, Stephen King–all have written about this melancholy of waking
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