William Faulkner Quote

…innocence is innocent not because it rejects but because it accepts; is innocent not because it is impervious and invulnerable to everything, but because it is capable of accepting anything and still remaining innocent; innocent because it foreknows all and therefore doesn't have to fear or be afraid.


Gavin Stevens in Ch. 15 - The Town (1957)

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…innocence is innocent not because it rejects but because it accepts; is innocent not because it is impervious and invulnerable to everything, but...

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…innocence is innocent not because it rejects but because it accepts; is innocent not because it is impervious and invulnerable to everything, but...

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…innocence is innocent not because it rejects but because it accepts; is innocent not because it is impervious and invulnerable to everything, but...

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…innocence is innocent not because it rejects but because it accepts; is innocent not because it is impervious and invulnerable to everything, but...