I've been trying to understand the phrase “no less so but no more so” in the context below, does this mean “although she was sometimes alone, sometimes not”?
This kind of comparative structure in English or rhetoric is hard for me to understand, so can you rephrase the “no less so but no more so”?
This city had become a home to her. She was alone in it, but as alone in it as she had been everywhere in her life ------ no less so but no more so ------ and at least here it was a place she’d chosen. (Taken from Heat of Lies)