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... I thought that it would be silly of me not to profit, if I could, by the trouble she
had taken and so satme downto examine them. I suppose the young woman had
taken a course at a secretarial college and she had gone through my novel in [20
I was taken aback and a trifle mortified, but I bore my disgrace with fortitude, for I
knew it was not the end of the story. I had desired a certain end and had taken
what I thought were the only possible means to attain it; I could only shrug my ...
They were taken in turn by Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Bergson. It was
inevitable that psycho-analysis should captivate their fancy. It had great
possibilities for the novelist. He knew how much he owed to his own
subconscious for the best ...
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