C. S. Lewis Quote

We must perpetually try to distinguish, however closely they get entwined by the subtle nature of the facts and by the secret importunity of our passions, those attitudes in a writer which we can honestly and confidently condemn as real evils, and those qualities in his writing which simply annoy and offend us as men of taste.


C.S. Lewis: essay collection and other short pieces (ed. Fount, 2000)

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We must perpetually try to distinguish, however closely they get entwined by the subtle nature of the facts and by the secret importunity of our...

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We must perpetually try to distinguish, however closely they get entwined by the subtle nature of the facts and by the secret importunity of our...

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We must perpetually try to distinguish, however closely they get entwined by the subtle nature of the facts and by the secret importunity of our...

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We must perpetually try to distinguish, however closely they get entwined by the subtle nature of the facts and by the secret importunity of our...