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" however wise, who has not at some period of his youth said things, or lived in a way the consciousness of which is so unpleasant to him in later life that he would gladly, if he could, expunge it from his memory. "
Crosscurrents: A Fly Fisher's Progress - Pagina 61
door James R. Babb - 2002 - 224 pagina’s
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Within a Budding Grove, Volume 2

Marcel Proust - 1924
...to his pride, to say what he thought would prove instructive to me. " There is no man," he began, " however wise, who has not at some period of his youth...would gladly, if he could, expunge it from his memory. And yet he ought not entirely to regret it, because he cannot be certain that he has indeed become...
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Musical Semiotics in Growth

Eero Tarasti, Paul Forsell, Richard Littlefield - 1996 - 642 pagina’s
...centres, ultimately, on the painter's growth from foolishness to genius: "There is no man," says Elstir, "however wise who has not at some period of his youth said things, or lived a life, the memory of which is so unpleasant to him that he would gladly expunge it. And yet he ought...
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Brassai: Letters to My Parents

Brassaļ - 1998 - 274 pagina’s
...dryly and taken care to avoid seeing me again, notes Proust. Far lrom being annoyed, Elstir answers: There is no man, however wise, who has not at some period ol his youth said things, or lived a lile, the memory ol which is so unpleasant to him that he would...
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Proust's Way: A Field Guide to In Search of Lost Time

Roger Shattuck - 2001 - 318 pagina’s
...as "the lesson of the master" and, paradoxically, contradicts itself. "There is no man," he began, "however wise, who has not at some period of his youth...would gladly, if he could, expunge it from his memory. And yet he ought not entirely to regret it, because he cannot be certain that he has indeed become...
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Remembrance of Things Past, Volume 1

Marcel Proust - 2006 - 1360 pagina’s
...injury to his pride, to say what he thought would prove instructive to me. 'There is no man,' he began, 'however wise, who has not at some period of his youth...would gladly, if he could, expunge it from his memory. And yet he ought not entirely to regret it, because he cannot be certain that he has indeed become...
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