A Quote by Robert W. Shaunon on authors, consequences, language, perfection, quotations, thought, trifle, and truth
Perhaps the reader may ask, of what consequence is it whether the author's exact language is preserved or not, provided we have his thought? The answer is, that inaccurate quotation is a sin against truth. It may appear in any particular instance to be a trifle, but perfection consists in small things, and perfection is no trifle.
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