2 June 2004 at 20:28 Leave a comment

“Memo: to read all collections of letters in the light of the fact that a letter writer tends to pick out what is piquant, or unusual. He may tell no lies: but his life is never as odd, either for good or ill, as it sounds in the letters”.

C. S. Lewis
from Collected Letters: Volume Two: Books, Broadcasts and War 1931-1949


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