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        StatementW. Heinemann
        PublishersW. Heinemann
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        LC Classifications1961
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        Paginationxvi, 56 p. :
        Number of Pages42
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And which still seems to me the real truth, the clue to the cosmos. But there are no eyes to look into, you can't meet its gaze. The brain acts only as a sort of switchboard. " With these two essays, the author articulates his insights into the mental struggle to rationalize and reconcile the polarity that exists between emotional and intellectual identities.

The sexual element was present, and important. "Though it be not true to thee It's gay and gospel truth to me. The true German has something of the sap of trees in his veins even now: and a sort of pristine savageness, like trees, helpless, but most powerful, under all his mentality. Some men must be too spiritual, some must be too sensual.