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E.M. Forster

‘I taught him,’ he quavered, ‘to trust in love. I said: ‘when love comes, that is reality.’ I said: ‘Passion does not blind. No. Passion is sanity, and the woman you love, she is the only person you will ever really understand.’ ― E.M. Forster, A Room with a View, (Edward Arnold 1908)

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