Going where you aren't supposed to go--caves. Barbara Hurd recorded her experience with caving in Entering the Stone; On Caves and Feeling Through the Dark. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2003.
On p. 1 she explains,
"it's hidden space...an unexpected, inscruitable space. Strange things live in there--eyeless salamanders, albino fish, a prophet's ephanies....going into a cave might be like going into one's own mind, crawling around in the pitch-black, nook-and-crannied labyrinth of the human psyche."For Hurd it definitely is.
I recommend Hurd's work highly. It's an example of very vivid writing as well as a strong feeling for what caves represent to us.
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