Anatole France about persuasion (“The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard”, 1881) - Within every one of us there lives both a Don Quixote and a Sancho Panza to whom we hearken by turns; and though Sancho most persuades us, it is Don Quixote that we find ourselves obliged to admire...
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Within every one of us there lives both a Don Quixote and a Sancho Panza to whom we hearken by turns; and though Sancho most persuades us, it is Don Quixote that we find ourselves obliged to admire...
 Anatole FranceThe Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard (1881). copy citation

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