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Cyril Connolly
Melancholy and Remorse
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Melancholy and remorse form the deep leaden keel which
enables us to sail into the wind of reality; we run aground
sooner than the flat-bottomed pleasure-lovers, but we
venture out in weather that would sink them.

("The Unquiet Grave," 1945)

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