Thomas de Quincey

“Rightly it is said of utter, utter misery, that it 'cannot be remembered'; itself, being a rememberable thing, is swallowed up in its own chaos.”


Thomas de Quincey, Suspira de Profundis, Being a Sequel to the Confessions of an English Opium-eater
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