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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.
... vividly often, sometimes with hectic brightness, yet never with that idiosyncrasy
which may give only a partial picture of the facts, but is suffused by the
personality of the observer. The press, in fact, kills the individuality of those who
write for it.
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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One of my favourite bedside books of all time. I wore my first copy into pieces from overuse. I don't know of another book quite like it. Read full review
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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