Secret Places of the Heart

Author: H.G. Wells
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 63,673 / 187 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84.5
LoC Category: PR
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Modern psychiatry--a keen-witted egotistic Englishman, a sprightly American girl--delightful companionship through the historic villages of springtime England--and much brilliant discussion ranging over the past and future topics of world-wide significance.

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ay managers, oil profiteers, financial adventurers. . . . "

He was fairly launched. "It's the blind folly of it! In the days before the war it was different. Then there was abundance. A little grabbing or cornering was all to the good. All to the good. It prevented things being used up too fast. And the world was running by habit; the inertia was tremendous. You could take all sorts of liberties. But all this is altered. We're living in a different world. The public won't stand things it used to stand. It's a new public. It's--wild. It'll smash up the show if they go too far. Everything short and running shorter--food, fuel, material. But these people go on. They go on as though nothing had changed. . . . Strikes, Russia, nothing will warn them. There are men on that Commission who would steal the brakes off a mountain railway just before they went down in it. . . . It's a struggle with suicidal imbeciles. It's--! But I'm talking! I didn't come here to talk Fuel."

"You think there may be a smash-up?"

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