W. Somerset Maugham Quote

Evil can be condoned only if in the beyond it is compensated by good and god himself needs immortality to vindicate his ways to man.


The partial view (ed. London, Heinemann, 1954)

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Evil can be condoned only if in the beyond it is compensated by good and god himself needs immortality to vindicate his ways to man.

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Evil can be condoned only if in the beyond it is compensated by good and god himself needs immortality to vindicate his ways to man.

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Evil can be condoned only if in the beyond it is compensated by good and god himself needs immortality to vindicate his ways to man.

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Evil can be condoned only if in the beyond it is compensated by good and god himself needs immortality to vindicate his ways to man.