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These books have not made George nobler or better or more truly wise. It is just that he likes listening to their voices, the one or the other, acording to his mood. He misuses them quite ruthlessly - despite the respectful way he has to talk about them in public - to put him to bed, to take his mind off the hands of the clock, to relax the nagging of his pyloric spasm, to gossip him out of his melancholy, to trigger the conditioned reflexes of his colon. - Christopher Isherwood

"These books have not made George nobler or better or more truly wise. It is just that he likes listening to their voices, the one or the other, acording to his mood. He misuses them quite ruthlessly - despite the respectful way he has to talk about them in public - to put him to bed, to take his mind off the hands of the clock, to relax the nagging of his pyloric spasm, to gossip him out of his melancholy, to trigger the conditioned reflexes of his colon."
Christopher Isherwood

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Listening to the Radio, To Each His Own, Listen to the, To the East, To the End, To the Moon, To the North, To the Point, To the Reader, To the South, Attending to the Present, Balls to the Wall, Belonging to the World, Climbing To The Top, Damage to the Body, Enduring to the End, Exceptions to the Rule, Giving to the Needy, Giving to the Poor, Going to the Airport, Going to the Ball, Going to the Bar, Going to the Bathroom, Going to the Beach, Going to the Doctor, Going to the Lake,