“A man does not talk to himself quite truly”

A man does not talk to himself quite truly — not even to himself: the happiness or misery that he secretly feels proceeds from causes that he cannot quite explain, because as soon as he raises them to the level of the explicable they lose their native quality.

Aspects of the Novel. E M Forster.

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