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Encore une citation de Stevenson. Il parle des écrivains, de certains…

(…) this harping on life’s dulness and man’s meanness is a loud profession of incompetence; it is one of two things : the cry of the blind eye, I CANNOT SEE, or the complaint of the dumb tongue, I CANNOT UTTER. To draw a life without delights is to prove I have not realised it. To picture a man without some sort of poetry — well it goe near to prove my case, for it shows an author may have little enough.(…)

(Robert Louis Stevenson, The Lantern-Bearers)

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Promis, je ne vous embête plus avec Stevenson. Ou peut-être que si.

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