Otto de Jeux…


Date: April 12, 2013

Urning men and women, on whose book of life Nature has written her new word which sounds so strange to us, bear such storm and stress within them, such ferment and fluctuation, so much complex material having its outlet only in the future; their individualities are so rich and many-sided, and withal so little understood, that it is impossible to characterize them adequately in a few sentences.

— Otto de Jeux,
Love’s Disinherited, 1893


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