Marcel Proust Quote

There is probably no one, however rigid his virtue, who is not liable to find himself, by the complexity of circumstances, living at close quarters with the very vice which he himself has been most outspoken in condemning -- without altogether recognizing it beneath the disguise of ambiguous behavior which it assumes in his presence.


Pt.1. Swann's way. pt.2. Within a budding grove. pt.3. The Guermantes way (ed. 1934)

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There is probably no one, however rigid his virtue, who is not liable to find himself, by the complexity of circumstances, living at close quarters...

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There is probably no one, however rigid his virtue, who is not liable to find himself, by the complexity of circumstances, living at close quarters...

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There is probably no one, however rigid his virtue, who is not liable to find himself, by the complexity of circumstances, living at close quarters...

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There is probably no one, however rigid his virtue, who is not liable to find himself, by the complexity of circumstances, living at close quarters...