The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Secret Places of the Heart by H. G. Wells:|
remote, theoretical, PRIGGISH end I have set for
myself. . . ."
"Go on," said Miss Grammont. "I think I understand this. "
"And yet I know I am right."
"I know you are right. I'm certain. Go on.
"If one of those ten thousand members of the Sokol Society
had thrown back his brown cloak and shown red when all the
others still kept them selves cloaked--if he was a normal
sensitive man--he might have felt something of a fool. He
might have felt premature and presumptuous. Red he was and