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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Inside his brain (Theroux)

He was almost a tragic figure. He was a kind of Atlas—carrying the world inside his brain instead of on his shoulders—though it was no less a burden to him there. He was paralysed by his knowledge; it oppressed him.

Marcel Theroux, The Confessions of Mycroft Holmes

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