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" There's no such thing as an isolated man or woman; we're each of us made up of some cluster of appurtenances. What shall we call our 'self? Where does it begin? where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us - and then it flows back... "
Uneasy Alliance: Twentieth-century American Literature, Culture and Biography - Page 16
edited by - 2004 - 367 pages
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The Novels and Tales of Henry James: The portrait of a lady

Henry James - Manners and customs - 1908
...'self'P Where does it begin ? where does it end ? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part of myself is in the clothes I choose to wear. I 've a great respect for things! One's self—for other people — is one's expression of one's self;...
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The Portrait of a Lady, Volume 3

Henry James - 1908
...'self? Where does it begin ? where does it end ? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part of myself is in the clothes I choose to wear. I 've a great respect for things! One's self — for other people — is one's expression of one's...
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The Novels and Tales of Henry James

Henry James - Manners and customs - 1908
...then) flows back again.C•TlEnow" a Iarge"p"art~oT~rnyself is m the clothes I choose to wear. I 've a great respect for things! One's self—for other...one's! expression of one's self; and one's house, one's fur-i niture, one's garments, the books one reads, the company one keeps — these things are all expressive."...
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The Ordeal of Consciousness in Henry James

...self" ? Where does it begin ? Where does it end ? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part of myself is in the clothes I choose to wear . . . One's self — for other people — is one's expression of oneself; and one's house, one's furniture,...
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The Freudian Body: Psychoanalysis and Art

Leo Bersani - Psychology - 1986 - 126 pages
...'self? Where does it begin? Where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again I know a large part of...choose to wear. I've a great respect for things! One's self — for other people — is one's expression of one's self; and one's house, one's furniture,...
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American Vision: The Films of Frank Capra

Raymond Carney - History - 1986 - 510 pages
...our 'self? Where does it begin? Where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us - and then it flows back again. I know a large part of myself is in the clothes 1 choose to wear. I've a great respect for things1. One's self - for other people - is one's expression...
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The Collected Essays of Barbara Hardy, Volume 1

Barbara Hardy - English fiction - 1987 - 264 pages
...'self? Where does it begin? Where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part...clothes I choose to wear. I've a great respect for thingsl One's self — for other people — is one's expression of one's self; and one's house, one's...
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Literature in America: An Illustrated History

Peter Conn - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 587 pages
...'self? Where does it begin? where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part...I choose to wear. I've a great respect for things! In response to this weary materialism, Isabel insists on the autonomy of the undisguised, unbending...
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The Real Thing: Imitation and Authenticity in American Culture, 1880-1940

Miles Orvell - Social Science - 1989 - 382 pages
..."self"? Where does it begin? where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us — and then it flows back again. I know a large part...clothes I choose to wear. I've a great respect for thingsl One's self — for other people — is one's expression of one's self; and one's house, one's...
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The Columbia History of the American Novel

Emory Elliott, Christopher Wilson - Literary Collections - 1991 - 905 pages
...she asks. "Where does it begin? where does it end? It overflows into everything that belongs to us— and then it flows back again. I know a large part of myself is the clothes I choose to wear. I've a great respect for things! One's self— for other people — is...
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