“Sun and shadow” in Helprin’s “Antproof Case”

“We had become readers of sun and shadow” (1995: 206).

Cf. also: “Her expresssion was reminiscent of those days when strong sunshine and deep shadow alternate in silent breathtaking contrast” (“Passchendale,” in The Pacific, 267).

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