otherness

A Quote by George Bernard Shaw on otherness, alienation, and outsider

Broadbent.... I find the world quite good enough for me - rather a jolly place, in fact.
Keegan (looking at him with quiet wonder) You are satisfied?
Broadbent  As a reasonable man, yes. I see no evils in the world - except of course, natural evils - that cannot be remedied by freedom, self-government and English institutions.  I think so, not because I am an Englishman, but as a matter of common sense.
Keegan  You feel at home in the world then?
Broadbent  Of course, Don't you?
Keegan (from the very depths of his nature)  No.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

Source: The Outsider, Pages: 8

Contributed by: Ryan

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