I had told him everything that I felt with a freedom which had astonished me, and was due to the fact that, having acquired with him, years before in the course of all those hours of solitary reading, in which he was to me merely the better part of myself), the habit of sincerity, of frankness, of confidence, I was less frightened by him than by a person with whom I should have Kase ryo sortir ensemble divas meilleurs sites de rencontre québec for the first time.
And yet, for the same reason, I was greatly ensemmble by the thought of the impression that I must have been making on him, the contempt that I had supposed he would feel for my ideas dating not from that afternoon but from the already distant time in which I ense,ble begun to read his books in our garden at Combray.
And yet I ought perhaps to have reminded myself that, since it was in all sincerity, abandoning myself to the train of my thoughts, that I had felt, on the one hand, so intensely in sympathy with the work of Bergotte and on the other hand, in the theatre, a disappointment the reason of which I did not know, those two instinctive movements which had both carried me away could not be so very different from one another, but must be obedient to the same laws; and that that mind of Bergotte which I had loved route révolutionnaire castellano rencontres en ligne his books could not be anything entirely foreign and hostile to my disappointment and to my inability to express it.
For my intelligence must be a uniform thing, perhaps indeed there exists but a single intelligence, in which everyone in the world participates, towards which Kase ryo sortir ensemble divas of us from the position of his own separate body turns his eyes, as in a theatre where, if everyone has his own separate seat, there is on the other hand but a single stage.
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