The Habit of Being: Letters Quotes

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"Mr. Ransom said he would take either "The River" or "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" for the Kenyon Review." p. 50

"I think Jung is probably just as dangerous as Freud." p. 152

"He sho do move around aplenty." p. 566

"is a female country Jacob." p. 577

"The Communist world sprouts from our sins of omission." p. 450

"Around here it is not a matter of finding the truth but of deciding which lie you live with better." p. 473

"...she is impossible when she's drunk...she insisted on polishing the sink with silver polish." p. 461

"I can live for a year on what they are paying me for a week." p. 316

"Everybody now talks about it's-all-in-the-mind." p. 154

"The tramp is fine just as he ought to be. Jennie Mae could probably say less.
"If possible we should have some indication as to why or what in his past life has...

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