Marcel Proust Quote

We may have revolved every possible idea in our minds, and yet the truth has never occurred to us, and it is from without, when we are least expecting it, that it gives us its cruel stab and wounds us forever.


Remembrance of things Past Cities of the Plain The Captive The Sweet Cheat Gone (ed. 1932)

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We may have revolved every possible idea in our minds, and yet the truth has never occurred to us, and it is from without, when we are least...

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We may have revolved every possible idea in our minds, and yet the truth has never occurred to us, and it is from without, when we are least...

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We may have revolved every possible idea in our minds, and yet the truth has never occurred to us, and it is from without, when we are least...

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We may have revolved every possible idea in our minds, and yet the truth has never occurred to us, and it is from without, when we are least...