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From: Diana Manister

Dear CR: That is my point precisely.  The word "you" used as an impersonal
pronoun implies a universality of others. "You feel free in the mountains"
implies a common experience of the mountains, just as "you feel at home in
the ghetto" implies some identity of speaker and audience.
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Or perhaps some dissociation of speaker from self.

Cheers,
P.