Never-Ending Book Quiz
From what decadent novel is this quote: "He could smell the presence of such ingrained stupidity, of such loathing for what he himself believed in, of such scorn for literature, for art, for everything that he himself adored, implanted and firmly rooted in these shallow tradesmen's brains--brains preoccupied exclusively with swindles and money and accessible only to that ignoble distraction of mediocre minds, politics--that he would return home in a fury and lock himself in with his books."?
Choose the correct answer:The Picture of Dorian Gray À Rebours (Against Nature) Le Calvaire (Calvary) The Diary of a Chambermaid
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