W. Somerset Maugham Quote

She could not admit but that he had remarkable qualities, sometimes she thought that there was even in him a strange and unattractive greatness; it was curious then that she could not love him, but loved still a man whose worthlessness was now so clear to her.


Christmas holiday. Up at the villa. The razor's edge (ed. 1953)

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She could not admit but that he had remarkable qualities, sometimes she thought that there was even in him a strange and unattractive greatness; it...

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