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    struggle into thought

    What does the author mean by saying "struggling into thought"? Is he talking about "arising or "coming into existence"?
    "Then, after a long interval, a ringing in the ears; then, after a lapse still longer, a pricking or tingling sensation in the extremities; then a seemingly eternal period of pleasurable quiescence, during which the awakening feelings are struggling into thought; then a brief re-sinking into non-entity; then a sudden recovery."

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    Re: struggle into thought

    The author means that one is becoming conscious/aware of these feelings.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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