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Excalibur by Dennis Potter
 Olivier Richon, Imprese, From Near and From Afar, 1988, C-print, 35 × 32 inches. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery.

Uncountable miles from where any possible City of Gold might even now be sending out its fugitive gleams, but only two or three hundred yards from a tired church clock routinely bing-bonging the muffle of an advancing dusk, the self-dubbed Pilgrim and man-of-letters Sir Ronald Morston was engaged in what he called the refreshment of his soul. 

Excalibur by Dennis Potter
 Olivier Richon, Imprese, From Near and From Afar, 1988, C-print, 35 × 32 inches. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery.

Uncountable miles from where any possible City of Gold might even now be sending out its fugitive gleams, but only two or three hundred yards from a tired church clock routinely bing-bonging the muffle of an advancing dusk, the self-dubbed Pilgrim and man-of-letters Sir Ronald Morston was engaged in what he called the refreshment of his soul. 

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