“In life, you’re constantly denying yourself, and others are always contradicting you. On paper, I…”

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“In life, you’re constantly denying yourself, and others are always contradicting you. On paper, I make time stand still and I impose my convictions on the whole world; they become the only reality.”

Simone de Beauvoir, The Mandarins

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