Cyril Connolly Quote

Miserable Orpheus who, turning to lose his Eurydice, beholds her for the first time as well as the last.


Part II: Te Palinure Petens (p. 70) - The Unquiet Grave (1944)

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Miserable Orpheus who, turning to lose his Eurydice, beholds her for the first time as well as the last.

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Miserable Orpheus who, turning to lose his Eurydice, beholds her for the first time as well as the last.

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Miserable Orpheus who, turning to lose his Eurydice, beholds her for the first time as well as the last.

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Miserable Orpheus who, turning to lose his Eurydice, beholds her for the first time as well as the last.