British translator, poet and novelist
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- Pride and resentment are not indigenous in the human heart; and perhaps it is due to the gardener's innate love of the exotic that we take such pains to make them thrive.
- Without respite he is dragged by the two wild horses, memory and hope; and he is tormented by a secret that he never can tell.