„It is quite true that you have had infinitely more influence on me intellectually than anyone, and for this alone I love you.“

Letter to Virginia Woolf (29 January 1927). as quoted in Granite and Rainbow : The Hidden Life of Virginia Woolf (2000) by Mitchell Leaska, p. 259

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