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Hichens 1896 -I have been here before, But when, or how, I cannot tell!- Rossetti. I. _Tuesday Night, November 3rd_. Theories! What is the good of theories? They are the scourges that lash our minds in modern days, lash them into confusion, perplexity, despair. I have never been troubled by them before.
Why should I be troubled by them now? And the absurdity of Professor Black’s is surely obvious.
A child would laugh at it.
Yes, a child! I have never been a diary writer. I have never been able to understand the amusement of sitting down late at night and scrawling minutely in some hidden book every paltry incident of one’s paltry days.
People say it is so interesting to read the entries years afterwards.
To read, as a man, the _menu_ that I ate through as a boy, the love-story that I was actor in, the tragedy that I brought about, the debt that I have never paid--how could it profit me? To keep a diary has always seemed to me merely an addition to the ills of life.
Yet now I have a hidden book, like the rest of the world, and I am scrawling in it to-day.
Yes, but for a reason. I want to make things clear to myself, and I find, as others, that my mind works more easily with the assistance of the pen.
The actual tracing of words on paper dispels the clouds that cluster round my thoughts.
I shall recall events to set my mind at ea...

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