John Steinbeck Quote

It is odd how a man believes he can think better in a special place. I have such a place, have always had it, but I know it isn't thinking I do there, but feeling and experiencing and remembering. It's a safety place — everyone must have one, although I have never heard of a man tell of it.


The Winter of Our Discontent (1961) - unplaced by chapter

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It is odd how a man believes he can think better in a special place. I have such a place, have always had it, but I know it isn't thinking I do...

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It is odd how a man believes he can think better in a special place. I have such a place, have always had it, but I know it isn't thinking I do...

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It is odd how a man believes he can think better in a special place. I have such a place, have always had it, but I know it isn't thinking I do...

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It is odd how a man believes he can think better in a special place. I have such a place, have always had it, but I know it isn't thinking I do...