William Faulkner about madness (“As I Lay Dying”, 1930) - It's like there was a fellow in every man that's done a-past the sanity or the insanity, that watches the sane and the insane doings of that man with the same horror and the same astonishment.
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It's like there was a fellow in every man that's done a-past the sanity or the insanity, that watches the sane and the insane doings of that man with the same horror and the same astonishment.
 William FaulknerAs I Lay Dying (1930). copy citation

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