I like the idea of young readers using my stories as a sort of moral gym, where they can flex and develop their newly developed moral muscle.
People who are much too sensitive to demand of cripples that they run races ask of the poor that they get up and act just like everyone else in the society.
The novelist must look on humanity without partiality or prejudice. His sympathy, like that of the historian, must be unbounded, and untainted by sect or party.
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