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Fact and fiction are so intermingled in my work that now, looking back on it, I can
hardly distinguish one from the other. It would not interest me to record the facts,
even if I could remember them, of which I have already made a better use.
I grew tired of the absurdity that admits in conversation all manner of facts that
must be denied on the stage. I wearied of the ... In fact, I did not want to conform
any longer to the necessary conventions of the drama. I suspected that I was out
In point of fact he was incredibly idle and left the work of his parish to his curate
and his churchwardens. But I was impressionable and soon became very
religious. I accepted what I was taught, both in my uncle's vicarage and
afterwards at ...
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This is one of the best books I read for providing a philosophical view of life. It is a book I intend to read again. Read full review