These days I am reading First Love, by Samuel Beckett, and I am pretty sure that the story will cause me nosebleed(s)!
Could you please explain the following lines to me?
“The living wash in vain, in vain perfume themselves, they stink. Yes, as a place for as outing, when out I must, leave me my graveyards and keep-you-to your public parks and beauty-spots.”
PS: Do you think that the underlined sentence is correctly formed?