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"As Rebecca West wisely observed: 'Everyone realizes that one can believe little of what people say about each
other. But it is not so widely realized that even less can one trust what people say about themselves.'"

Krystal, A. (2018). The Improbable Friendship That Shaped a Generation of Literary Scholarship. The Chronicle of Higher Education.


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