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What little guidance I had I owe to a young man who came to live with the same
family in Heidelberg as I was living with. I will call him Brown. He was then twenty
-six. After leaving Cambridge he was called to the bar, but he had a little money, ...
... if not fame, at least notoriety and a fortune that has enabled me to live in the
same style as my father lived in before me. [ 152 J THE SUMMING UP.
With all my limitations, physical and mental, I have been glad to live. I would not
live my life over again. There would be no point in that. Nor would I care to pass
again through the anguish I have suffered. It is one of the ~faults of my nature that
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