But this intellectual reasoning is never the whole truth. It’s not the artist’s truth — not creative. If man were an intellect it would do, but man ISN’T. Now I must be fair, I must be fair. Who am I to be certain that I understand? There’s always Karori to shout after me. Shout it.1
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