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By that time women, not any one in particular, but women as something sweet, women, every woman, their nudity tormented me. My periods of solitude were impure. I was tormented just as ninety-nine percent of our boys are. I was horrified, I suffered, I prayed, and I fell. I was already corrupted in my imagination and in reality, but I still hadn’t taken the last step. I was languishing alone, but had yet to lay hands on another human being. 9 We went. My brother was also still innocent, and that night he, too, fell.
You must define what you mean . ” “What? It’s very simple,” said the lady, but stopped to think. “Love? Love is the exclusive preference for one man or one woman over everyone else,” she said. “Preference for how long? A month? Two days? ” asked the gray-haired man and then laughed. “No, excuse me. ” “She means,” the lawyer intervened, pointing to the lady, “that marriage must follow, in the first place, from attachment, or love, if you like, and if that exists, then only in that case does marriage constitute something sacred, so to speak.
It all started when I was not quite sixteen. I was still a student in secondary school, and my older brother was a university student in his first year. I’d not yet known any women, but like all unfortunate children of our circle, I’d already lost my innocence: other boys had corrupted me two years earlier. By that time women, not any one in particular, but women as something sweet, women, every woman, their nudity tormented me. My periods of solitude were impure. I was tormented just as ninety-nine percent of our boys are.