"Any one who has common sense will remember that the bewilderments of the eyes are of two kinds, and arise from two causes, either from coming out of the light or from going into the light, which is true of the mind's eye, quite as much as of the bodily eye; and he who remembers this when he sees any one whose vision is perplexed and weak, will not be too ready to laugh; he will first ask whether that soul of man has come out of the brighter light, and is unable to see because unaccustomed to the dark, or having turned from darkness to the day is dazzled by excess of light."
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A very great book
on February 13, 2011
Better written than the Three Musketeers, but maybe not quite as good in my opinion. This book was more descriptive and less lively. It was still one of the best books I've ever read and probably ever will read. I recommend this to everyone who reads.