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Pluviophiles: People Who Love the Rain


  In some places, it rains almost every day. On the other hand, others don’t see rain for years at a time. Even so, whether due to its frequency or its absence, rain often arouses the interest of human beings. In fact, it’s become a symbol of romance, transition, and transformation. Rain is a recurring topic in literature and cinema. Its sound has even inspired numerous musical compositions. There are people who exhibit a special kind of fascination with this natural phenomenon. They’re called pluviophiles. There’s no official clinical classification for the love of rainfall. A pluviophile simply loves rain…

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Chantal Maille
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