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It never occurred to me that no one stood in greater need of indulgence than I. xvi
At first sight it is curious that our own offences should seem to us so much less
heinous than the offences of others . I suppose the reason is that we know all ...
It is , I suppose , these lewd , ugly , base and selfish thoughts , dwelling in their
minds against their will , that have tormented the saints when their lives were
devoted to good works and repentance had re deemed the sins of their past .
It is very different now , and the difference has been occasioned , I suppose , by
the advent of the cinema . Today , audiences , especially in English - speaking
countries , have learnt to see the point of a scene at once and having seen it want
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