Henry James Quote

No themes are so human as those that reflect for us, out of the confusion of life, the close connection of bliss and bale, of the things that help with the things that hurt, so dangling before us forever that bright hard medal, of so strange an alloy, one face of which is somebody's right and ease and the other somebody's pain and wrong.


What Maisie Knew. - Prefaces (1907-1909)

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No themes are so human as those that reflect for us, out of the confusion of life, the close connection of bliss and bale, of the things that help...

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No themes are so human as those that reflect for us, out of the confusion of life, the close connection of bliss and bale, of the things that help...

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No themes are so human as those that reflect for us, out of the confusion of life, the close connection of bliss and bale, of the things that help...

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No themes are so human as those that reflect for us, out of the confusion of life, the close connection of bliss and bale, of the things that help...