I should say that I only copied out the section I did because it was the section I happened to listen to today. If I were to pull out one quotation to sum up the book, it should be this one:
"But one has to make some sort of choice," said Harriert. "And between one desire and another, how is one to know which things are really of overmastering importance?"
"We can only know that," said Miss de Vine, "when they have overmastered us."
Peace of Christ to you,