The Weather’s Onomatopoeia

Via Julian Barnes in Flaubert's Parrot

Still deep into Julian Barnes’ Flaubert’s Parrot, which arrives at some spirited onomatopoeia. We’ve long since recognized a bird that does the rare thing: repeating human speech. Now the weather engenders something like the sounds of birds themselves.

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