From Father & Son, by Edmund Gosse
"It divides heart from heart. It sets up a vain, chimerical ideal, in the barren pursuit of which all tender, indulgent affections, all the genial play of life, all the exquisite pleasures and soft resignations of the body, all that enlarges and calms the soul are exchanged for what is harsh and void and negative."
From the Epilogue
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Posted by usedbuyer 2.0 at 12:01 AM
Labels: classics, Daily Dose, Edmund Gosse, Father and Son, memoirs, Quotations
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