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To such an extent does passion manifest itself in us as a temporary and distinct character, which not only takes the place of our normal character but actually obliterates the signs by which that character has hitherto been discernible.
 Marcel ProustSwann's Way (1913). copy citation

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Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
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