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In real life, as in a story, something must happen. This is just the trouble. We grasp at a state and find only successive events in which the state is never quite embodied. The grand idea of finding Atlantis which stirs us in the first chapter of the adventure story is apt to be frittered away in mere excitement when the journey has once been begun. But so, in real life, the idea of adventure fades when the day-to-day details begin to happen. […] In life and art both, as it seems to me, we are always trying to catch in our net of successive moments something that is not successive.

C.S. Lewis


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