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persist.. . ONE OF the ambitions of every doctor is to have a disease named after him. This may strike laymen as strange and even perverse: after all diseases are not wings in art galleries or...Read more
persist. . . ONE EVENING last week, as I was lying in bed reading about the rise of religious persecution in the 11th and 12th centuries (I have always had diffi- culty distinguishing my Cathars...Read more
LIFE is a struggle between irony and dis- gust. When I tire of one I fly to the other. I am thus in a state of constant vacillation. It is difficult even now to say which of them is a more...Read more