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... civilized world of the eighteenth century the actors gave life a touch of fantasy.
Their disorderly existence was a lure to the imagination in the Age of Reason and
the heroic parts they played, the verse they spoke, invested them with a halo.
My lack of imagination (for imagination grows by exercise and contrary to
common belief is more powerful in the mature than in the young) obliged me to
set down quite straightforwardly what I had seen with my own eyes and heard
with my ...
The novelist constructs a public world out of his own private world and gives to
the characters of his fancy a sensitiveness, a power of reflection and an
emotional capacity, which are peculiar to himself. Most people have little
imagination and ...
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