Hardy achieved all his aims but doubted they had purpose

When, at the end of his life, Thomas Hardy was questioned on the realization of his ambitions, he said, “he had done all that he meant to do, but he did not know if it had been worth doing.”

 

Iain Murray, The Undercover Revolution, p.45

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