a communication in the midst of solitude

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SuprunP

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Ukrainian & Russian
Proust called these moments of unity between writer and reader “that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude.” His use of religious language was surely no accident.
(Quiet; S. Cain)

Would you be so kind as to tell me exactly why it quailifies as 'religious language'?

Thanks.
 
  • Barque

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    Tamil
    I don't think it means that the highlighted words are "religious language". The writer seems to be basing his statement (that Proust's use of religious language was no accident) on the preceding sentence and others.
     
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