[Robert Gemmell Hutchison: The Pathos of Life]
[pron: pey-thos-skeyp] noun [Origin: 2005; 2006 for def.] Etymology: pathos
"quality that arouses the emotions," 1668, from Gk. pathos "feeling, emotion”
when revisiting a place significant to your childhood, or, as the case may be, a place
you used to frequent with an old lover, such as
+ scape "place, or scene," 1773, abstracted from landscape; as a new comb. element,
first attested use 1796, in ‘prisonscape’
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1. the connection between a place or setting and an emotion
2. a feeling of being confined to an earlier time and place
you can’t distinguish between your present-self and the self detained in the past.
You’re neither. You need a new definition. One where your internals rhyme.