Solipsism, Genius & Madness

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the difficult craft to which he had committednhimself, he began to look at languagenin the wrong way. Rather thannseeing it for what it is, a means, he begannto regard it as an end in itself---^not an unusualnreaction of people who, for whatevernreason, come to lose faith in thenreal, people . . .

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