By André Gide
« Le motif mystery de nos actes, et j'entends : des plus décisifs, nous échappe ; et non seulement dans le keepsake que nous en gardons, mais bien au second même. Sur le seuil de ce que l'on appelle : péché, hésitais-je encore ? Non ; j'eusse été trop déçu si l'aventure eût dû se terminer par le triomphe de ma vertu - que déjà j'avais prise en dédain, en horreur. Non ; c'est bien l. a. curiosité qui me faisait attendre... »
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