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The final chapter of Stanislavki's autobiography, My Life In Art.

"It is a long time since I have read with such a healthy appetite and at the same time with so much gluttony. Each new idea drawn from my reading, as soon as it enters my head, links up with something; it seems to me that I was waiting for it; its place was ready. I recall certain readings so voluptuously penetrating that I felt the sentence almost physically enter my heart. This evening I again felt that marvelous sensation." — Andre Gide

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