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< User:Xanthoxyl. Jump to: navigation, search. The motif of harmful sensation is a recurring idea in literature: physical or mental damage that a person suffers merely by experiencing what should normally be a benign sensation. The phenomenon appears in both traditional and modern stories. — “User:Xanthoxyl/Motif of harmful sensation - Wikipedia, the”, en.wikipedia.org