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With the majority of lovers, one too often sees that their minds are ignorant of each other as naturally as their bodies know each other. They have learned their likes and dislikes, which they have matched or harmoniously united; but they know nothing and indeed wish to know nothing about their metaphysics and their not immediately usable curiosities. But love without intelligence, supposing it mutual and with no obstruction, is no more than an habitual occupation. It needs misfortunes or ideas.

Kant, Aristotle, and the difficult M. Minkowski lay jumbled in the anachronism of the future. However, she observes very correctly that time never returns to its source; but how great is her error when she says this fine thing: Vainement pour Ies dieux il fuit d'un pas Uger. She hardly foresaw the destruction of her finest temples or the decadence of her cult; I mean, of course, her public cult. Adonis is not listening to her. They return to straight­ forward pleasure, of which the poet himself is somewhat weary: Il est temps de passer au funeste moment Ou la triste Venus doit quitter son amant.

All the resources of experience and of the mind are not too much to render it comparable to the line which was a gift. * * • The author of Adonis could only be someone of a singularly alert mind, compact of delicacy and refinement. This La Fontaine, who later knew how to write admirably varied lines, was not to do so until he had devoted twenty years to symmetrical verse: exercises among which Adonisis the finest. During that time, he gave observers of his epoch a spectacle of simple-mindedness and laziness, whose tradition they simple-mindedly and lazily transmitted to us.

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